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      Pakistan: A Reckless Mortgage
      Mar08

      Pakistan: A Reckless Mortgage

      China’s total investment in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is pegged at $62 billion[1]. Detailed statistics are available for projects worth $42.6 billion, of which the power sector commands the largest portion, followed by roads, rail and urban infrastructure. So far, projects worth $2.3 billion have been completed and ones valued at...

      Excerpt: from hybrid to asymmetric warfare
      Dec07

      Excerpt: from hybrid to asymmetric warfare

      The following is an excerpt from the Debating Security Plus 2017 report published by Friends of Europe. Since Russia’s 2014 actions in Crimea, the term “hybrid warfare” has become a new buzzword in security discussions. Hybrid warfare can essentially be defined as representing amplified use of irregular, nonconventional and subversive...

      Chinese manoeuvres further confounding Middle East
      Dec01

      Chinese manoeuvres further confounding Middle East

      I was in Doha, Qatar, for a conference on 13-14 November 2017, which was being held against the backdrop of the continued Saudi Arabia-led blockade of Qatar since June 2017 and the occurrence coincidentally of three other sensational, Saudi-related events on November 4. The first and most astonishing of the three events was the arrest and...

      Introspecting on trans-Atlantic alliance at Halifax
      Nov30

      Introspecting on trans-Atlantic alliance at Halifax

      This blog is based on discussions at the Halifax International Security Forum, held mid-November 2017. For more details on the event click here. A year after Donald Trump’s win in the U.S. presidential election, the United States is debating and re-orienting its global engagement. This has sparked concern among the U.S.’ allies about...

      India in Canada’s worldview
      Aug31

      India in Canada’s worldview

      As the Trudeau government completes two years in November 2017, uncertainty persists about the Canadian prime minister’s proposed visit to India. Canada and India are important to each other – Canada as a source of investment, technology and energy and as the home of 1.3 million Canadians of Indian origin, and India as an increasingly...

      2016, the hinge year
      Jul13

      2016, the hinge year

      2016 was a hinge year in international affairs—because of three seminal events. These were: the UK’s decision to exit the European Union (Brexit) in June. The second was China’s rubbishing the July verdict of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), which rejected the historicity of its claims on disputed islands in the South China...

      BRICS inching towards complementarity
      Jun22

      BRICS inching towards complementarity

      The annual BRICS Summit—to be held in September this year–is usually prefaced by numerous conferences that the host country organises at various official and unofficial levels, including those among the think tanks of the five countries, to refine some of the key issues feeding into the agenda that it prepares for discussion at the flagship...

      The New World Order | Episode 3, Europe: entrenched in crises
      Mar23

      The New World Order | Episode 3, Europe: entrenched in crises

      Europe has been rocked by a number of crises in recent years, be it the EU’s Euro Crisis, the Ukraine Crisis or the International Refugee Crisis. With this legacy of crises along with the foreboding implementation of Brexit later this month, what does the future hold for Europe? (6:40) The trigger of the European financial crisis and the...

      How Trump will reconfigure geopolitics
      Jan25

      How Trump will reconfigure geopolitics

      Ambassador Neelam Deo delivered this speech titled “Trump’s America: reconfiguring global geopolitics” at the grand finale of ‘The Mind Games’ – a platform for talent development & idea generation at Mahindra Partners on January 18, 2017....

      Turf wars for Trump’s transition team
      Jan09

      Turf wars for Trump’s transition team

      It promises to be a long winter in America. Donald Trump appears to be struggling to put a credible team in place as infighting and turf wars dominate the transition process. The volatility is palpable, compounding the uncertainties already associated with the incoming administration in its domestic and foreign policies. The airing of internal...

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