Author: Eurasia Review

China And The Shape Of The Indo-Pacific – Analysis

It is hardly surprising that China figures prominently in the idea of the Indo-Pacific. In fact, China’s behaviour and

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Debating Whether India Has A Strategic Culture: A Futile Exercise From India’s Perspective – Analysis

Findings from a study of the impacts of historical and cultural factors on India’s strategic thinking led Prof. George

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China’s ‘Debt Trap’ for Pakistan: Dilutes FATF Ruling – Analysis

Under normal circumstances, a one billion dollar loan between two sovereign countries would have gone unnoticed by global community,

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Power Play In The Indian Ocean – Analysis

The evolving international order and changing security dynamics have pushed both the regional and extra regional powers into more

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SCO Summit: India’s Entry Opens New Chapter To Rewrite Sino-India Relation, Albeit Modi’s Refusal To BRI – Analysis

Chinese media were euphoric with the success of 18th summit of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) , held in Qingdao,

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India’s Strategy Of Connectivity And Autonomy – Analysis

China and Russia’s outreach towards Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has created space for him to explore a new

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Trinidad And Tobago Coast Guard And The Australian Connection – Analysis

In late May 2018, the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. Keith RowDr. Keith Rowleyley, made an official

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India-Vietnam Defense Ties In Spotlight With Joint Naval Exercise – Analysis

On May 21, within the framework of perpetual deployment of the Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet to Southeast Asia and

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Two Decades After Shakti: India’s Nuclear Policy – OpEd

India’s nuclear weapon tests in May 1998 had more to do with its external security environment and the global

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Bolton’s Tough Job: Controlling Pakistan’s Deep State – Analysis

Pakistani authorities will make cosmetic changes of incumbents handling crucial matters, rope in foreign ambassadors, diplomats, military attaches and

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