‘Sibling’ China and Geopolitical Destiny of Mongolia By Mandeep

On October 1, 2019, China gloated over its array of advanced weaponry by demonstrating a rich parade through the streets of Beijing on the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of China’s Communist Party. Meanwhile, two weeks earlier, Khaltmaagiin Battulga, the president of China’s neighbor Mongolia, paid his first state [...]

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“PETITION TO THE UNITED NATIONS TO CONDEMN THE ABUSE OF BLASPHEMY LAWS IN PAKISTAN”

File name : UN-Letter-on-Blasphemy-Ahmed-Shaheed.pdf [pdf-embedder url="/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/UN-Letter-on-Blasphemy-Ahmed-Shaheed.pdf"] PETITION TO THE UNITED NATIONS TO CONDEMN THE ABUSE OF BLASPHEMY LAWS IN PAKISTAN With the tides of religious intolerance striking the globe with utmost audacity, countries like Pakistan have come under the scanner for their deplorable state of human rights as a result of religious [...]

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Of Espionage and Deals With The Devils: Decoding The China-Pak Nexus in Afghanistan BY Bhavdeep Modi

On December 19, 2020, it was reported that the Afghan National Directorate for Security (NDS) had exposed a deep espionage ring being operated under the aegis of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Among the arrests made by the NDS were one Li Yangyang and a woman named Sha Hung, who were [...]

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The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a bilateral project under Beijing’s trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

The China Pakistan Economic Corridor-By Suhana Nanda

The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is a bilateral project under Beijing’s trillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a programme to connect Asia with Africa and Europe via land and maritime networks along six corridors with the aim of improving regional integration, increasing trade and enhancing economic growth. It was jointly [...]

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The inclusiveness of a Free and Open Indo Pacific construct vis a vis China By Shiveti Biswas.

The inclusiveness of a Free and Open Indo Pacific construct vis a vis China The term Indo-Pacific is comparatively a very recent and an evolving concept in the domain of international relations which consists of some of the most powerful economies of the world. Though the concept of a Free [...]

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Constructing China: Clashing Views of the People’s Republic, Gao Mobo, Pluto Press, 2018, 288 pages, Paperback, INR 2075.00/-

Contemporary academic arena dealing with international politics is flooded with research analysing the rise of China. The issue has gained prominence because of China’s unprecedented growth in the twenty-first century. The sinologist across the spectrum from left to right has been arguing the rise of China as per their [...]

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China’s Mumbai Cyber Attack: Using Fear As A Tool for Diplomatic Strong-arming

By Bhavdeep Modi (Research Manager, Red Lantern Analytica and Post-graduate Student, JSIA, India) The Galwan clash between India and China in June 2020, and the subsequent 4 months that saw it turn into a border clash, had academics making different predictions. One of the common themes amongst such views was [...]

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Public Diplomacy Galore: As New Delhi and US resettle in the Global Order -By Dr. Manan Dwivedi * and Shonit Nayan **

Public Diplomacy and its Impact for India Public Diplomacy is a spectacle par excellence but never a Tamasha, or a mere showmanship for the Fourth Estate. The entire process of Foreign Policy maneuvers undertaken by the Modi denomination falls in the category of sane and controlled razzmatazz in order to serve the national [...]

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