Author: Eurasia Review

IMF’s $6 Billion Loan To Pakistan Risks Supporting Its Terror Infrastructure

How long will the International Monetary Fund (IMF) continue to brush the world’s greatest problem of terrorism under the

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Scaling Up India-Vietnam Ties

Vice President of India M. Venkaiah Naidu paid a 4-day official visit to Vietnam from 9 to 12 May,

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Indian Navy: Formidable Imperatives Of Indian Ocean Dominance

The Indian Ocean in 2019 emerges as yet another arena of ‘Great Power Games’ in which intersect powerful maritime

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Truth Prevails: Indian War Hysteria Against Pakistan

India has finally accepted the truth regarding the 26th February intrusion in air space of Pakistan. On April 18,

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Indian Military Advancements And Strategic Stability Of South Asia

South Asia is one of the most unstable regions in the world because of the ever growing hostility between

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What Do Sri Lanka’s ‘Easter Day Blasts’ Mean For India

At the end of a meeting of the National Security Council (NSC), a ‘relic’  from the LTTE era, the

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India: Declining Terror, Persistent Vulnerabilities

For the seventh consecutive year, beginning 2012, overall terrorism-linked fatalities across multiple theaters of conflict in India remained in

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India: Islamist Terrorism Contained, Not Terminated

On March 25, 2019, personnel from the Bihar Ant-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested two terrorists, identified as Khairul Mandal and

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China Thwarts India’s Central Asian Ambitions – Analysis

A recent investigation revealed that Chinese troops are stationed on Tajikistan’s south-eastern border, 30 kilometres from Pakistan-administered Kashmir across

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Pakistan’s Deep Frustrations On Afghanistan – Analysis

Pakistan’s deep frustrations in March 2019 on Afghanistan stand manifested by Pakistan PM Imran Khan calling for installation of

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