Author: Ashish Keserwani

Evaluating China’s hold on India-led resolutions on UN-designated global terrorists
Analysis, Asia, Featured, World

Evaluating China’s hold on India-led resolutions on UN-designated global terrorists

It is evident that China and Pakistan are in a quid pro quo agreement over dreaded Islamic terrorists, which safeguards their mutual interests at the cost of millions of lives and global peace. China does not want to harm these terrorist groups and expects these groups not to harm Chinese interests, especially in Xinjiang. China […]

Evaluating the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict and India’s defence deal with Armenia
Analysis, Featured, Middle East, World

Evaluating the Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict and India’s defence deal with Armenia

India’s defence deal with Armenia results in an economic gain for India boosting its forex reserves, apart from being recognised as a major defence exporter in the international arena.  As an arms-exporting country, India will be in a position to use its influence to secure its interests. Recently, in an interview with the local Azeri TV […]

India’s Own Digital Currency – Importance and Future Scope
Featured, National

India’s Own Digital Currency – Importance and Future Scope

The internationalisation of the rupee that is traded in the digital format will be a good move. It will not only help in trade facilitation but also increase the stature of the rupee in the international market.  Digital Rupee will secure the forex reserve and stabilise the rupee-dollar exchange rate.   A host of characteristics of […]