International Relations

Unmemorable Day for Japan

July 28, 2022

On 8th July 2022, former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated. It was an unpredicted Friday morning when Abe was giving a speech on the street in the city of Nara. He was shot twice, 1st shot was on his neck, and 2nd on his back. The gunman and suspect were taken into police custody. […]

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Freedom is Nothing But A Chance To Be Better

July 18, 2022

‘I want freedom for the full expression of my personality’- Mahatma Gandhi Freedom is the liberty to do what is considered best for the self, community, nation and the world. It is a concept so abstract that when it is freely available, it is hardly felt, but the moment it is snatched, the entire system […]

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Evolving QUAD Importance in INDO-PACIFIC

June 1, 2022

Quad (Quadrilateral Security Dialogue) offered a “very new model of cooperation among like minded countries” and added that no one, especially those attempting to portray it in a negative way such as China, had the “veto on our choices”. ~S.Jaishankar (On QUAD Summit, on 24 September 2021) The QUAD is a strategic security dialogue between […]

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China’s Naval Strategy and its Implications in the Indo-Pacific

May 24, 2022

Since the reform of the Chinese economy, China has swiftly extended its marine commercial interests, sparking increased interest in maritime security and naval modernization. China’s maritime-strategic modernization has accelerated in tandem with the country’s fast economic growth over the last three decades, notably after the 1985 announcement of a new strategic focus on the country’s […]

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Ties between Russia and China amid growing uncertainty about becoming a new superpower

April 28, 2022

China and Russia have long been bitter enemies, but under Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, the two countries are closer than they have been since the early days of Cold War. Such a relationship appeared improbable a decade ago when China and Russia were more enemies than allies. However, following a time in which both […]

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Peace, Protest and Pakistan

January 30, 2021

What happened on 26th January on the ramparts of Lal Quila can never be forgotten and is embarked on the consciousness of every Indian. The agitation of farmers for scrapping of three farm laws was used as a launchpad for unleashing the anti- India agenda. The support and funding of this new “anti-India” is not […]

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International Relations

September 22, 2019

–Written by Kajal Ranjna BALLB 1st year From a realistic view of the international system: power is the measure of all things, and it is power that grants the hierarchy in it, the unchanging nature of international relations from its origins has been the quest for power, richness and prestige of the main geopolitical units […]

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International Relations

September 4, 2019

— Written By Archi Aggarwal, University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIP University India is tipped to be the most growing economy in the world. Many countries have realized this and as a result, India’s relations with foreign countries have improved. For a growing economy, it is important to maintain good relations with other […]

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Post- attack retaliation: surmounting doubts!

March 2, 2019

The attacks overnight followed nearly a fortnight of sabre- rattling between the nuclear-armed neighbours over the 14th February suicide bombing, in which India claimed that Pakistan had a “direct hand”. JeM is based in Pakistan but Islamabad rejected any responsibility for the attack. While exchanges of artillery and light weapons over the line are very common, […]

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No war, More War- The inevitable war with Pakistan

March 2, 2019

Bleed India through thousand cuts has been the key policy of the Pakistan against India from a considerable period of time. Since the crushing defeat of Pakistan in 1949, 1965, 1971 and 1999, the policy makers of Pakistan have understood that defeating Indian in a war is not their cup of tea and a coward […]

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CPEC: A Conspiracy in Neighborhood.

January 26, 2019

— Written By RITESH KUMARUSCT, B.Tech (CT), FIRST YEAR CPEC ( (CHINA PAKISTAN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR) is a corridor which is being established by china in between China’s western part i.e KASHGAR (XINJIANG PROVINCE) to Pakistan’s eastern part GOWADAR which is about 300km long. This corridor also passes by POK (which belongs to India, de-jure)  and the overall construction […]

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India and the Idea of Commonwealth

August 27, 2018

Ever since the London Declaration of 1949, which recognised the contemporary Commonwealth, India has endured a central spot in this voluntary organisation of 54 sovereign states. It was India’s choice in 1948, as a freshly sovereign Republic, to continue in the Commonwealth which guided other Asian and African states to become a member of the […]

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