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Korean Peninsula A Pawn On The Geopolitical Chessboard Book

India’s Karakoram Conundrum: A Legacy of the Great Game

Image Source: Wikipedia.org The Karakoram Range lies on the northernmost borders of Pakistan and India, further extending into the western border of China. The range...

The Emerging Chaos: In Shaping The New Global Order

It has been almost 7 decades since World War 2. The world post-war has been held together by the lucrative but fragile threads of...

Indian Foreign Policy: The Modi Era

In Part 5, of our book “The New Global Order” (2016) we wrote about the 180 degree transformation Prime Minister Narendra...

Iran Nuclear Deal Pullout: Trumps’s Masterstroke?

There is a wide debate going on about President Donald Trump’s decision and timing in withdrawing from the Iran Nuclear Deal. Most analysts are...

Hong Kong: China’s Identity Question

The rise of the People’s Republic of China in the last two decades has enabled a massive economic and social churn with new megapolises,...

Trade Wars: The Road To Ruin

Global Order has for centuries been dominated by trade which India and China dominated for nearly 1700 years; generating enormous wealth and treasures which...

Taiwan: The Question Of One China – Part I

Taiwan has been one of the core issues that exhibit’s China’s insecurities towards its One China policy. Beijing has consistently hammered this point domestically...

Masood Azhar Sanctioned: The Cost Benefit Analysis

Global Terrorist Maulana Masood Azhar Nearly three months after Pulwama attack India’s diplomatic efforts fructified as China...

5G: The Technological Cold War

This article is the first in a three part series that focuses on the global battle for 5G in the Fourth Industrial...

Taiwan: The Question Of One China – Part II

In Part 1, we discussed the genesis of One China policy and the Taiwan dispute with Mainland China which has festered for decades. We...