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Can India Provide Balanced Multipolarity In Southeast and East Asia

November 26, 2013 by  
Filed under geopolitics

Vinod Saighal Introduction To sum up the essence of this article in just one sentence it could be stated that: “With India finally throwing in its lot with East and Southeast Asia, the potential inheres within the region for the setting up of a security architecture that ensures security and tranquility for all countries”. Evidently […]

In Search of Peace in Kashmir

November 9, 2013 by  
Filed under Leadership

An exclusive interview with Lt Gen Gurmeet Singh, AVSM, VSM the General commanding the Srinagar based Chinar Corps.  Team SAISA Soldiers are seldom connected with peace. Their celluloid portrayal, complete with war paints and weapons on the ready, conjures images of a man out to kill.   General Ata Hasnain, when in the valley, changed […]

China gets India-Japan ache

July 1, 2013 by  
Filed under foreign policy

For China to express resentment over other Asian countries expanding bilateral ties is totally uncalled for, since, to begin with, Beijing itself has plenty to explain.

54 PoWs and the shadow of Nehru

May 14, 2013 by  
Filed under Analysis

Ravi Shanker Kapoor The murder of Sarabjit Singh has brought the issue of 54 Indian prisoners of war (PoWs) to the fore. They were among the 400-500 PoWs captured in the 1971 India-Pakistan War. While many were allowed to come back, 54 soldiers became victims of the sadism of Pakistani authorities and the neglect of […]

India-China Relations and the Changing Nature of War

May 3, 2013 by  
Filed under Analysis

While China has ratcheted up its show of assertiveness in the recent years, India has been quietly preparing for a parity to prevent war. Often parity does not have to be equality in numbers. The fear of pain disproportionate to the possible gains, and the ability of the smaller in numbers side to do so in itself confer parity. There is a certain equilibrium in Sino-Indian affairs that make recourse to force extremely improbable. Both modern states are inheritors of age-old traditions and the wisdom of the ages. Both now read their semaphores well and know how much of the sword must be unsheathed to send a message. This ability will ensure the swords remain recessed and for the plowshares to be out at work.

Book Review: Great Game East

April 17, 2013 by  
Filed under Book Reviews

The book presents rich account of genesis and the current state of affairs in Nagaland, Mizoram, Manipur, Assam, Bangladesh and Burma. Lintner, who has traveled extensively and chronicled the region as a journalist(legally and illegally), has presented a deep and apparently only account of the longest insurgency movements in India’s North East and the support they have received from India’s long time foes China and Pakistan.

US & Chinese Pivots and India

March 21, 2013 by  
Filed under Analysis, foreign policy

India today is struggling on many counts – political, economic and military. It’s ability to establish strong credibility is gravely eroded by its lack or weakening of institutions. Institutions for public policy formulation and execution that need to cut across domains/parties/personalities and weather the storms of fickle coalition dharma. Sacrificing national interests to “serve the nation” needs to structurally change in favour of strong democratic institutions, held together by a coherent strategic vision, to ensure its national interests are protected and promoted.

Indian Challenges in the Global Tilt

March 14, 2013 by  
Filed under Analysis

India has reformed only when on the precipice . This time around though the urgency is on the positive sine curve – India has no choice but to become the ‘Break out Nation’ – an opportunity which may not come again.

Asia-Pacific:Security Situation-Retrospects and Prospects

March 12, 2013 by  
Filed under geopolitics

A disturbed security environment in Asia- Pacific will adversely affect, flow of energy, commerce and trade, leading to escalation of oil prices and hurting global economy. In the larger interest of humanity, it is imperative that every stakeholder acts responsibly and contributes towards the resolution of disputes. Time is critical, and we must act in right earnest to build confidence and create frameworks for enduring peace and stability in the region.

Battles of the Seas

February 27, 2013 by  
Filed under geopolitics

Like South East Asia, South Asia, a region at logger heads with itself based or its internal fault lines, is likely to see itself engulfed in this great game between the West and the Rest – a game it not played right may undermine its economic and political future. It is here that the drama unfolding in the twin seas of South Asia – The Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal needs to be carefully monitored to ensure South Asia doesn’t risk becoming pawn in geopolitical clash between the two extra regional powers.

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