Why World War II is seen so differently in India?

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Though there are many reasons which are often stated, including the most common which simply makes the case that Britain was so desperate to survive World War II, that little accreditation could be given to India’s sacrifice. The fact that colonial rule ended just two years later meant there was little time to build monuments … Read more

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Why China’s territorial disputes cannot be compared with India.

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In Geopolitics there are actions which often can be justified by history but cannot take place because the time to have taken such action has passed, or when the chance presented itself to take action another route was chosen. China has chosen both paths for various reasons, but both choices came down to one goal, … Read more

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Case study: The power of diplomacy in contrast to Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict

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Azerbaijan has got a fortunate geographical location, the region of  South Caucasus which is essential for the energy security of Europe, an important route for oil and mineral passes through the Caspian Sea and Baku enjoys this advantage. Also, according to the international community,  Armenia is on the wrong side in its ongoing Nagorno-Karabakh, where … Read more

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There is far more at stake than the barren hills of Ladakh and Aksai Chin in the ongoing India-China conflict !!??

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The potential for full-scale war has been present between India and China since the P.L.A. in 1957 built Highway 219 through Indian Territory in Aksai Chin. In 1962 the process of unilateral aggression by China came into being, in the form of the Sino-Indian War. At this time India did not put up a full … Read more

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“THE FINAL CALL”- AGR ISSUE TAKING INDIA TOWARDS MONOPOLY

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The sector demoted to the corners is in the news again. Latterly, voluminous anecdotes of competition, controversies, complaints, crashing success and colliding failure made the sector a bustling one. Besides, the Adjusted Gross Revenue (AGR) case which is being meticulously scrutinized by industry experts, investors and many individuals gave lighting effects to the sector. Yes, … Read more

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China’s greatest folly in Modern Times would be to attack India

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When looking at the situation the way many in the world see it, currently India does not have a military alliance as it did with the Soviet Union after 1970. So accordingly India would have to fight China alone. Such a conclusion though very much differs from this situation as it is likely to play … Read more

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Unintended Outcomes

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There are many ways to look at events in the world and in life in general. You can try to assign movements, trends and attempt to make a calculated judgement about the reasons for and degree of change. Another way often not implemented is to see where the anomalies of these trends occur and then … Read more

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India-Japan relations gaining new heights

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India-Japan relations can be classified into 2 categories:- Trade Only about a decade before, India-Japan’s effort of improving trading engagements with each other was going futile, in 2011 when India signed CEPA (Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement) with Japan reducing tariffs by 94% for next ten years, they still couldn’t outperform China in becoming top trading … Read more

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US-CHINA TUSSLE A JACKPOT FOR SMALL COUNTRIES OF ASEAN & ARAB WORLD.

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In a virtual meeting last Thursday with the ASEAN countries the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo invoked the ASEAN members to stand up against China. He cautioned these countries to look after their ties with chinese companies blacklisted by Washington and also told them to not let China walk over them.  Pompeo spoke with … Read more

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Chanakya and the Border

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There are many seasons in the year, and during these seasons determination has to be adapted accordingly. A battle fought today, will be won differently than one which will be fought tomorrow or next year. Pakistan attacking India is a different scenario than China attacking India by taking vacant land or a trying to change … Read more

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