Analysis

The Malacca Dilemma – Prospects and Concerns for the Geopolitics of Asian Waters
Analysis, Asia, Featured, World

The Malacca Dilemma – Prospects and Concerns for the Geopolitics of Asian Waters

More than 30 per cent of the world’s seaborne trade passes through the Malacca Strait with China, Japan, and South Korea reliant on this strategic waterway for their supplies, especially energy. Beijing is seeking alternative routes to reduce its dependence on the waterway to ensure a more viable long-term energy security policy. China’s Strategic influence in the Indo […]

Review of Russia-Ukraine War | The West’s Superiority Complex and Russia’s Irredentism- Part 1
Analysis, Europe, Featured, World

Review of Russia-Ukraine War | The West’s Superiority Complex and Russia’s Irredentism- Part 1

Russia had objected to NATO’s expansion time and again, and issued clear indications of its increased assertiveness, such as the Medvedev Doctrine Under Putin’s leadership, Russia has been accused of harbouring irredentist goals such as furthering the idea of Triune Russian nation which stipulates three sub-nations – Belarus, Russia and Ukraine Kiev has been accused […]

Analysis | Balochistan – A Saga of Devolutions, State Repression and quest for Freedom
Analysis, Asia, Featured

Analysis | Balochistan – A Saga of Devolutions, State Repression and quest for Freedom

“Today from the ramparts of Red Fort, I want to greet and express my thanks to some people. In the last few days, people of Balochistan, Gilgit, Pakistan-occupied Kashmir have thanked me, have expressed gratitude, and expressed good wishes for me.” When the Indian Prime Minister acknowledged the people of Balochistan from the ramparts of […]

Agnipath – The Truth & the Way Forward
Analysis, Defence & Security, National

Agnipath – The Truth & the Way Forward

(This article was first published on Nizam Today. Re-published with permission) The Agneepath scheme announced by the government recently has invited extreme reactions from a section of people, both within the armed forces and outside, with some – from within the forces too – going to the extent of claiming that one of the most […]