Author: Viswapramod C

UN Reforms agenda – Global strategic implications and concerns for India
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UN Reforms agenda – Global strategic implications and concerns for India

The prime International institution of the world, The United Nations Organisation, which was established in 1945 post world war 2, to promote international peace and collective security, after seven decades is thinking seriously about a structural and comprehensive reform agenda. The “10 point declaration”, recently proposed by the UN has already received support from over […]

30 years of the end of Cold War – Analysing the Past and Present contours of Global Power
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30 years of the end of Cold War – Analysing the Past and Present contours of Global Power

On the 26th of December 1991, the Soviet Union was officially disintegrated by then President of USSR, Mr. Mikhail Gorbachev, marking an official end to the cold war and the mighty Soviet Union, which was perceived as a dreamland of communism.  From a hardcore Communist-Stalinist era to a disruptive era of the scrambling reformer Gorbachev, […]

Syrian child-refugee crisis and its pitfalls
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Syrian child-refugee crisis and its pitfalls

An estimated 6 million children affected by the violent conflict zone of Syria are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. More than half of the externally displaced Syrians are children or child refugees, and more than 2 million are facing situations of critical vulnerabilities. The threat of endemic and contaminating diseases among children is on […]

Decoding the India-Russia strategic Ties – An Evaluation of Strengths and Shortcomings
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Decoding the India-Russia strategic Ties – An Evaluation of Strengths and Shortcomings

India’s foreign policy towards Russia has been of sustained continuity, irrespective of the change in Governments and their ideological backgrounds. The introduction of 2+2 dialogue between the defence and external affairs counterparts at the ministerial level further strengthens the relationship. The Russian support to India has also taken cognizance of the growing hostilities between India […]

Repealing Farm Laws and the National Security Enigma – A Critical Assessment
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Repealing Farm Laws and the National Security Enigma – A Critical Assessment

It is perceived through several top sources in the Indian Intelligence that the Khalistani elements had been systematically interjected through moles and sleeper cells in the anti farm laws agitation The Union government to its credit defended and strongly stood by these bold reform measures that were path breaking in India’s agricultural economy. Interestingly, a […]

Schism in Saudi-Pak relations – Diverging interests and Opportunistic alliances
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Schism in Saudi-Pak relations – Diverging interests and Opportunistic alliances

Pakistan’s relationship with Saudi Arabia is under a heavy stress due a series of strategic blunders committed by Pakistan. The cultural ties have gone under severe strain due to the duplicity and radical tendencies the Pakistani Deep State and the ISI has developed. Pakistan is also having problems in terms of its religious clerics creating […]

Pakistani Deep State and the Illusion of Peace
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Pakistani Deep State and the Illusion of Peace

The well known ISI is the mastermind of most of the strategies, and it works in tandem with the military forces in realizing its goals and accomplishing its missions. ISI happens to be the main source of finance for all the terrorist groups and organizations that operate in Pakistan, they are referred to as “good […]

Challenges to India’s Democracy and Sovereignty in a Globalized World
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Challenges to India’s Democracy and Sovereignty in a Globalized World

Crossroads of nationalism, trans-nationalism lingering with the quest for identity in ethnic, religious, cultural and racial spheres have become the critical stimulants in our day to day discourse. India was the greatest beneficiary of this age of globalization as our economic progress and standard of living exponentially increased compared to the Nehruvian socialist license-quota Raj. […]

India’s Growing Strategic Role in the G20
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India’s Growing Strategic Role in the G20

India’s economic growth is also picking up after a deep slump caused by the pandemic The successful endorsement of the Global corporate minimum tax of 15%, to be levied on multinational companies looks like a measure of Geo-Welfarism India’s global stature is significantly growing and the developed western world which is facing a crisis in […]