Monthly Archives: January 2021

‘Quad’ is threat to world Peace

By Interaction Desk USA has announced its Doctrine of Advantage Sea where it power is great and one time it was said that 13 countries powers together cannot match USA. It has 14 Air craft Carrier together with 577 Hornet

Op-ed – the India-Israel nexus and its implications for Pakistan

Op-ed - the India-Israel nexus

The India-Israel nexus has tried their utmost to tarnish Pakistan as unsafe for nuclear assets by triggering extreme terrorism in Pakistan By Abdul Shakoor Shah The India-Israel nexus has never been a mystery, but at present, it is posing a

Bosnia’s Srebrenica massacre 25 years on – in pictures

Bosnia’s Srebrenica massacre 25 years on - in pictures1

“All who wish to go will be transported, large and small, young and old. Don’t be afraid… No one will harm you” On 11 July 1995, Bosnian Serb units captured the town of Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In less than two

The Galwan incident will have far-reaching bilateral, regional, and global consequences

The Galwan incident will have far-reaching 1

By Andrew Korybko The Galwan incident that occurred between China and India near the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in early June carries with it extremely acute consequences on the bilateral, regional, and global levels. The world’s two most populous

India’s Gulf strategy is chasing Chinese phantoms


Beijing’s UNGA statement comes at a time when the narrative in India, scripted by the pro-US, pro-Israeli lobbyists in the media, has crystallised that Palestine cause is dead and India must ‘move on’ By M. K. Bhadrakumar The Chinese statement

MoD clears “Make in India” projects worth Rs 27,000 crore

MoD clears “Make in India” 1

By Ajai Shukla In a display of cost-cutting synergy between ministries, the government has announced that six used Air India A-320 jet airliners will be recycled into Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C) systems for the Indian Air Force (IAF).

‘Modiji, please don’t try our patience’

Farmers agitation at Singhu border

By Prasanna D Zore ‘If we are terrorists and Pakistanis and Khalistanis, why did your home minister talk to our core committee leaders?’ Farmers demanding the repeal of the government’s three farm laws have intensified their agitation by blocking the

2020 gave India a sharp lesson on the Chinese Military

2020 gave India a sharp lesson 1

When will Indian generals take heed? By Pravin Sawhney The May 2020 Ladakh crisis marks a turning point in India-China relations, since both sides have crossed each other’s red lines. By grabbing 1,000 square km of Indian Territory in Ladakh,

‘You are looking today at Hindu Rashtra’

'You are looking today at Hindu Rashtra'1

‘This is what Hindu Rashtra looks like, which has been enabled by conditions of democracy’ By Saisuresh Sivaswamy & Syed Firdaus Ashraf The Bharatiya Janata Party’s steep rise, and the fact that it has virtually decimated the Opposition has given

The Quad Alliance & the future landscape

The Quad Alliance &

By Najmuddin A. Shaikh This article is being written to examine what the Biden administration, as and when it becomes functional in the sense of receiving the briefings to be provided to a new administration  will take on this alliance