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The Message from NATO at Vilnius
Jul 21, 2023

The Message from NATO at Vilnius

How did Ukraine’s presence influence the Vilnius summit? Why did Turkey lift its opposition against Sweden?

The Ukraine War: Recent Russian airstrikes and NATO’s response
Nov 29, 2022

The Ukraine War: Recent Russian airstrikes and NATO’s response

With Ukraine’s power grid facing devastating attacks from Russia, NATO will need to ramp up assistance and follow through on its commitments

Will Russia retaliate militarily to Finland and Sweden joining NATO?
May 24, 2022

Will Russia retaliate militarily to Finland and Sweden joining NATO?

The unprecedented devastations and concerns emanating from the ongoing Ukraine war have incentivised Finland and Sweden to solidify their decision of

अमेरिका की मदद से रूस, स्वीडन व फिनलैंड को मिलेगी NATO की सदस्यता; पुतिन की बौखलाहट बढ़ी!
Aug 06, 2022

अमेरिका की मदद से रूस, स्वीडन व फिनलैंड को मिलेगी NATO की सदस्यता; पुतिन की बौखलाहट बढ़ी!

यूक्रेन युद्ध की बड़ी वजह ही नाटो के प्रति उसकी दिलचस्‍पी थी. यूक्रेन की नाटो की सदस्‍यता को लेकर ही रूस ने उस पर हमला किया था. स्‍वीडन और फ‍िनलैंड की नाटो सदस्‍यता को लेकर ए�

इंडो-पॅसिफिकसह NATO चे सहकार्य सखोल होण्याची शक्यता
Aug 03, 2023

इंडो-पॅसिफिकसह NATO चे सहकार्य सखोल होण्याची शक्यता

टोकियो संपर्क कार्यालयाची योजना सध्या होल्डवर असूनही, इंडो-पॅसिफिकसह NATO चे सहकार्य अधिक सखोल होण्याची शक्यता आहे.

कौन बनेगा नैटो (NATO) का नया सेक्रेटरी जनरल?
Feb 19, 2024

कौन बनेगा नैटो (NATO) का नया सेक्रेटरी जनरल?

पूरे युद्ध के दौरान स्टोल्टेनबर्ग ने नैटो की एकजुटता बना

चीन से निपटने के लिए NATO का क्‍या है बड़ा प्‍लान?
Jul 06, 2022

चीन से निपटने के लिए NATO का क्‍या है बड़ा प्‍लान?

नेटो की मैड्रिड में हुई बैठक में इन चारों हिंद प्रशांत क्षेत्र के देशों के नेताओं ने शिरकत किया. इसको इसी कड़ी से जोड़कर देखा जा रहा है. मैड्रिड की इस बैठक में यह तय हो गया है �

चीन से निपटने के लिए NATO का क्‍या है बड़ा प्‍लान?
Jul 06, 2022

चीन से निपटने के लिए NATO का क्‍या है बड़ा प्‍लान?

नेटो की मैड्रिड में हुई बैठक में इन चारों हिंद प्रशांत क्�

नैटो (NATO) और भारत: एक शांतिपूर्ण, आज़ाद और लोकतांत्रिक दुनिया के साझीदार
Feb 26, 2024

नैटो (NATO) और भारत: एक शांतिपूर्ण, आज़ाद और लोकतांत्रिक दुनिया के साझीदार

नैटो और भारत स्वतंत्रता और लोकतंत्र के साझा मूल्यों पर ए�

#Ukraine War बेलारूस ने दिया रूस का साथ, अब क्या होगी नेटो की भूमिका ?
Oct 14, 2022

#Ukraine War बेलारूस ने दिया रूस का साथ, अब क्या होगी नेटो की भूमिका ?

पुतिन बेलारूस को रूस में शामिल होने के लिए दबाव बनाते रहे हैं. रूसी राष्‍ट्रपति पुतिन के इस नजरिए के बाद बेलारूस ने चीन और पश्चिम देशों के साथ निकटता भी बढ़ाई. बेलारूस नेटो स

A Divided ‘Visegrad Four’ Navigates Relations with the European Union
Oct 03, 2023

A Divided ‘Visegrad Four’ Navigates Relations with the European Union

The Visegrad Four (V4) countries—Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary—are examples of communist states that have transitioned to liberal and democratic governance systems. In recent years, their visibility in the European Union (EU) has surged due to their contrarian positions on certain critical issues facing the Union, such as mass migration and, since 2022, the conflict in Ukraine. This paper analyses the impact of these trend

A fact sheet on the military capabilities of G20 countries
Feb 14, 2023

A fact sheet on the military capabilities of G20 countries

This fact sheet explains the defence spending and the defence exports of the G20 countries

A Future without Nuclear Weapons
Nov 09, 2011

A Future without Nuclear Weapons

The elimination of nuclear weapons is a pre-condition for peace in the 21st century. This was the key message delivered by the Hon'ble Senator Douglas Roche, renowned campaigner for nuclear disarmament in his address to Indian experts at the ORF campus in New Delhi.

A Refresh of the United Kingdom’s Integrated Review: What’s changed?
Mar 21, 2023

A Refresh of the United Kingdom’s Integrated Review: What’s changed?

Though IR2023 doesn’t bring any fundamental changes, it provides an important touch-up to its original and clearly reflects Britain’s refreshed th

Active in conflict, disinterested in peace: Foreign powers delay truce in Libya
Jan 18, 2020

Active in conflict, disinterested in peace: Foreign powers delay truce in Libya

While intervening powers, except Turkey, eschewed sending combat troops to Libya till now, they have nevertheless used proxies, i.e., militias and mer

Afghanistan crisis lingers over the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit
Sep 15, 2021

Afghanistan crisis lingers over the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit

Looking beyond the SCO’s inability to come to a consensus on Afghanistan to the normalising of Beijing’s influence in Eurasia

Afghanistan is now an Asian problem
Aug 08, 2022

Afghanistan is now an Asian problem

Area states should work together to address security concerns

Afghanistan under Taliban 2.0: Revisiting its humanitarian crisis
Jun 15, 2022

Afghanistan under Taliban 2.0: Revisiting its humanitarian crisis

With the reinstallation of the Taliban’s power in 2021, a humanitarian nightmare still persists

Afghanistan: A call for leadership?
Sep 04, 2021

Afghanistan: A call for leadership?

What the US leadership must consider as it has beat a hasty and embarrasing retreat from Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Insurgency on the rise amidst international troop-drawdown
Oct 31, 2014

Afghanistan: Insurgency on the rise amidst international troop-drawdown

New Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fulfilled his promise of signing the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the U.S. and Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) with the NATO within 24 hours of taking office.

Afghanistan: Talking to the enemy
Feb 02, 2012

Afghanistan: Talking to the enemy

The US position on Afghanistan has many weaknesses. Having announced prematurely that the US would withdraw in 2011, efforts at backtracking have only meant that the locals and their Pakistani masters believe that it is a matter of time before the US and NATO will leave.

Afghanistan: Tensions over Iran's refugee policy
Mar 15, 2013

Afghanistan: Tensions over Iran's refugee policy

Afghan refugees in Iran are experiencing increasing hostility as State policies become explicitly discriminatory. The recent persecution of these displaced persons has brought this fact to light.

After attacks, Afghan endgame seems more of a mirage
Apr 20, 2012

After attacks, Afghan endgame seems more of a mirage

The high table at the NATO Summit at Chicago will discuss some withdrawal agenda, but the real policy towards Afghanistan and Pakistan will only be delineated when the new administration takes charge in Washington in November.

Al Qaeda: Casablanca & Madrid
Mar 16, 2004

Al Qaeda: Casablanca & Madrid

Sections of the Spanish media, quoting the authorities investigating the Madrid blasts of March 11,2004, have reported that the terrorists, who orchestrated the blasts, had used the mobile telephones as timers for the improvised explosive devices (IEDs) along with copper detonators, different from the aluminium detonators used in the past by the ETA, the Basque terrorist organisation. According to one report, the IEDs had the alarms set for 7-39

All eyes on China as Russia’s war in Ukraine and the West's pushback hit a stalemate
Feb 22, 2023

All eyes on China as Russia’s war in Ukraine and the West's pushback hit a stalemate

The great power contestation of the past one year has been characterised by the economic woes of many countries of the Global South, a global leadership vacuum and the resurrection of hard power aided by technological shifts in warfare

Allied to the problem
Apr 11, 2006

Allied to the problem

At the end of a French delegation's visit to Pakistan recently, the Pakistan Foreign Office put out its usual statement. It referred to Pakistan as an anchor of peace in the region and said that the leader of the French delegation, former Premier Senator (Francois) Poncet, had commended Pakistan's role in promoting peace and stability.

An arms race? And to what end?
Mar 22, 2004

An arms race? And to what end?

By announcing the American decision to ¿nominate¿ Pakistan as a ¿major non-NATO ally¿, US Secretary of State Colin Powell may have done a calculated disservice to the ongoing peace process between Islamabad and New Delhi. His reference to greater military-to-military cooperation with Islamabad may have stirred,

Analysing China on Ukraine
Mar 31, 2022

Analysing China on Ukraine

Will China take advantage of the window of opportunity provided by the Ukraine crisis?

Analysing the impact of the Taliban deal on jihadist violence in South Asia
Aug 24, 2020

Analysing the impact of the Taliban deal on jihadist violence in South Asia

This deal temporarily shields US and NATO forces in Afghanistan, but has directly harmed Afghan civilians, security forces and allies in the region.

Are we losing Afghanistan?
Oct 01, 2013

Are we losing Afghanistan?

Baiting Pakistan into increasing its duplicity in its dealings with Nato, India has effectively provided the West with a convenient scapegoat. Come 2014, the historical narrative will more likely focus on betrayal rather than the reality of the West's bad homework and flawed assumptions.

Are West’s war aims expanding?
May 18, 2022

Are West’s war aims expanding?

What does the future of the Russia-Ukraine war hold for the West?

As diplomacy falls short, will Russia retaliate militarily?
Jan 27, 2022

As diplomacy falls short, will Russia retaliate militarily?

As the dialogue between the US and Russia is witnessing no major breakthroughs and Russia is “running out of patience”, the West could reconsider

As Pakistan heats up, we must act to stop the next Samba
Sep 30, 2013

As Pakistan heats up, we must act to stop the next Samba

We should not be lulled into complacency about the nature of the militancy in J&K these days. Incidents can be few and far between. But when they occur, they can be deadly. The winding down of the US and NATO operations in Afghanistan could enlarge the area which could be used by anti-Indian jihadis to set up training camps.

Assessing the challenges to London’s Indo-Pacific tilt
Apr 19, 2021

Assessing the challenges to London’s Indo-Pacific tilt

The UK’s Integrated Review outlines a comprehensive Indo-Pacific framework, but overlooks some challenges facing London’s ‘Indo-Pacific tilt.’

AUKUS, strategic autonomy, and the future of the Indo-Pacific: A French perspective
Oct 04, 2021

AUKUS, strategic autonomy, and the future of the Indo-Pacific: A French perspective

France’s vision for the Indo-Pacific is distinctly not pivoted towards being part of the US-China rivalry that is brewing in the region