While many Sri Lankans may have celebrated the passing of a controversial legislation on May 20th
When the UNICEF says in its blog that “vaccines are amongst the greatest advances of modern medic
August 11 marked an important date in the history of the U.S.
It has been nine months since the pandemic shook the world.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has announced that he would be res
Did local commanders at ground zero take matters into their own hands and flout the rules of engagement? An impartial inquiry is necessary.
'Be Indian, buy Indian’ seems easy to achieve, but in the age of a globalised economy, is it possible to do so? Part two explains how businesses in India should evolve.
'Be Indian, buy Indian’ seems easy to achieve, but in the age of a globalised economy, is it possible to do so? Part one explains how the issue is complicated.
In the last of the three-part series, end-states to the confrontation between US and PRC are examined with suggestions for impartial intelligence.
In this second part of the three-part series, the fictional narrative discusses electoral politics, geopolitical powerplay and tensions between US and PRC.
INSIGHTS offers the reader a clear, valuable and well-reasoned analysis of geopolitical developments in our changing world.
Nirupama Rao Former Foreign Secretary of India
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Sanjay Mitra Former Defence Secretary of India
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Krishnan Srinivasan Former Foreign Secretary of India
LOOK EAST - HOW FAR ? THE SECURITY CONUNDRUM OF THE NORTH EAST.
INDIA’S NORTHEAST: A SECURITY PUZZLE
When reimagining Security in India’s Northeast, the challenge is to strike a balance between development and security.
THE CHALLENGES OF MANIPUR
Fulling comprehending the complex problems of Manipur demands a much deeper insight into its history and culture besides its political makeup.
TECH DIPLOMACY: A US PERSPECTIVE
There is undeniably strategic competition/ tension between nations in emerging technologies. The world is starting to balkanise into blocks on these new technologies.
TERROR SHADOW OVER SOUTH ASIA
Is South Asia turning into a breeding ground for terrorism?
INDIA- MALDIVES: A NEW ERA OF SYNERGY
Increased international interest in the Maldives threatens to make it yet another arena for big power contestations on India’s doorstep.
SRI LANKA: FRIENDS IN NEED…
To ensure a better future, India and Sri Lanka must look beyond the Tamil minority and Sri Lanka’s strategic location- a historic thumb rule that has been the template so far.