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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Korean Peninsula A Pawn On The Geopolitical Chessboard Book

Tibet’s water and regional security

Tibet is strategically important to China due to its centrality in Asia’s hydrological cycle. Tibet is known as the ‘Third Pole,’ for having the...

China’s interference in Nepal and Outcome on Tibetans

Tibetan refugees transit through Nepal as they flee persecution at home and toward freedom in India or beyond. They leave because of China’s increased...

“India & China” – So Similar yet so different

India and China are two vast economic systems, both containing a number of distinct economic sub-systems and disparate regions, as a result of the...

Pre-eminence of Chinese Economic Concerns

Economic considerations with respect to regional security might be conveniently divided into two categories: The relative national priorities assigned to the development of...

China – A Dominant Military Power of Asia

When one considers the nations with which China shares a common land frontier and mentally calculates the “comprehensive national power” of North Korea, Vietnam,...

Woes of today’s South Asia – II

Continued from Part - I How illegal Bangladeshi infiltration has changed the demography of several Indian states? Illegal Bangladeshi immigrants form the largest group of migrants...

Woes of today’s South Asia – I

Indian Subcontinent, a spot in the map of Asia, where 8 countries shares its border with India. A place, which has its own culture...