Author: Viswapramod C

Syrian Child-refugee Crisis and its Pitfalls
Analysis, Featured, Middle East, World

Syrian Child-refugee Crisis and its Pitfalls

It is estimated that more than 6 million children have been brutally affected by the violent conflict zone of Syria and our children, and are in dire need of humanitarian assistance. This paper provides a critical analysis of the status of child refugees from Syria. Syria became one of the most dreadful conflict zones as […]

2022 G20 Summit and India’s Strategic role in navigating the World Order
Analysis, Asia, Featured, World

2022 G20 Summit and India’s Strategic role in navigating the World Order

India wishes to change the face and outlook of G20, which used to be traditionally dominated by western concerns and agendas. India played a very critical role in drafting the outcome document of the summit. India has devised a three-element strategy which would help the global players in conflict resolution. Ad hoc choices, kneejerk reactions, […]

Analyzing the USA’s New National Security Strategy
Analysis, Featured, North America, World

Analyzing the USA’s New National Security Strategy

The New National Security Strategy underlines that America’s preeminence as a global power has to be maintained at all costs Perhaps for the first time, the threat of china has been quite explicitly mentioned in the policy of the Biden Administration which in a way has displaced Russia. The strategy document talks about the concept […]

Book Review | Realising the Communal Realities of the sub-continent leading to the horrific Partition
Asia, Book Review, National

Book Review | Realising the Communal Realities of the sub-continent leading to the horrific Partition

Ram Madhav’s recent book “Partitioned Freedom” offers us a new and different perspective on the most troubled and traumatized times of modern Indian history, from the beginning of the 1900s to India’s political freedom, in 1947. This a thought-provoking title, which focuses on the events, incidents and chronicles that led to the fractured, amputated and […]

Revisiting China’s emergence – The lesser-known story of the rise of a global hegemon
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Revisiting China’s emergence – The lesser-known story of the rise of a global hegemon

The credit goes to the duo of Jiang Zemin and Zhu Rongji for navigating China during the challenging times despite the severe shortage of qualified human resources. The missing of China’s top business tycoons such as Jack Ma has raised alarm bells on the extent and gravity of Xi’s unprecedented crackdown. There is a determination […]

Understanding the ‘Jaishankar Doctrine’ in India’s Foreign policy
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Understanding the ‘Jaishankar Doctrine’ in India’s Foreign policy

Dr Jaishankar is following the approach of decoloniality in confronting the western hegemony. Managing the challenges by facing up to this complex multipolarity is one of the most crucial considerations for India’s foreign policy. Dr Jaishankar believes that in a multi-aligned world, with diversified partnerships based on economy, trade and commerce, security needs to be carried out […]

Chinese ‘Spy Ship’ at  Hambantota – A Security Nightmare for India & South Asia
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Chinese ‘Spy Ship’ at  Hambantota – A Security Nightmare for India & South Asia

China docked its ‘spy ship’ in the Hambantota port in Sri Lanka for several days. Despite India’s reluctance and insistence against this decision, Sri Lanka allowed the ship to be docked, buckling down under Chinese pressure. This move has several tactical and strategic consequences on the South Asian region and especially on India’s influence in the […]