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How India Can Use ‘Sagarmala’ To Counter China’s Belt And Road Initiative

Hanoi, the capital of Socialist Republic of Vietnam, a country of some 95 million people, is the host of

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How India And Pakistan Adjusted To A Dangerous New Nuclear Environment

Good concepts, brilliant designs and even sound strategies have never been enough. For their success, we make certain assumptions

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Why India Feels The Heat Of US-Russia Diplomatic Tensions

America’s Cold War confrontation with Russia seriously affected our relations with Washington. Ironically, after the Soviet Union’s collapse and

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How India Can Counter China In Indian Ocean

While the Chinese are quite vocal about their claims on most of South China Sea, they don't similarly tom-tom

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No Dividing Line: Why North And South India Are Bound Together In Their Love For Anarchy

In theory, it's one nation created by stitching together several constitutionally birthed states and union territories. A country where

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Why Unconditional Access To Cantonment Areas Is A Bad Move

The government’s decision to open cantonment roads for the public has opened a Pandora’s Box.

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Military Training For 10 Lakh Youths: Why Modi Govt Wants India To Be A Country Of Citizen Soldiers

If calling Narendra Modi a dictator-in-the-making has been the biggest cliché post-2014, the BJP government led by him has

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Lateral Entry Into Civil Services: Why The Ministry Of Defence Needs It The Most

The recent announcement by the government to laterally induct 10 joint secretaries into various ministries evoked a lot of

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Why Modi’s Foreign Policy Has Been Pragmatic And Confident

India’s foreign policy is obliged to navigate skillfully through the prevailing currents in international relations, even as its larger

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Why JuD Contesting General Elections Should Worry Pakistan More Than India

Why should the world be concerned about Hafiz Saeed’s Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) — an offshoot of the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) that

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