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Dr. Adityanjee

Pulwama- a tipping point in Indian’s Foreign Policy?

Pulwama- a tipping point in Indian’s Foreign Policy? by Dr. Anjali Kanojia, Ph.D. As the diaspora woke up on Valentine’s day, most received good morning text messages with flowers, heart photos and emojis while many of us also had news awaiting on our phones about the brutal attack against the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) …

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China’s MTCR Envy, Pakistan’s Oedipus complex and India’s Road to the NSG

China’s MTCR Envy, Pakistan’s Oedipus complex and India’s Road to the NSG   Jul 05, 2016   Dr. Adityanjee https://www.myind.net/china-mtcr-envy-pakistan-oedipus-complex-and-india-road-nsg China’s recent dragon dance to block India’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) by hook or crook has brought out interesting geo-political insights. China’s fig-leaf of rhetoric of “principled adherence to the international laws” …

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Supporting India’s Entry to The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG)

This article originally was published on June 23rd 2016 on the http://www.realcleardefense.com/ http://www.realcleardefense.com/articles/2016/06/23/supporting_indias_entry_to_the_nuclear_suppliers_group_nsg_109473.html The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is a 48-nation exclusive export control regime dedicated to curbing nuclear arms proliferation while promoting safe international nuclear commerce for civil nuclear energy. After receiving a country-specific waiver for the India–United States Civil Nuclear Agreement from the …

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India, Taiwan and China Triangle: Opportunity for Strategic Balancing

http://www.councilforstrategicaffairs.blogspot.com/2016/01/india-taiwan-and-china-triangle.html    Jan 27, 2016    Dr. Adityanjee History, despite Francis Fukuyama’s prediction of it having ended, was made on Saturday, January 16th 2016  in the  “Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu”,  aka Chinese Taipei, aka Republic of China or the de facto Republic of Taiwan. Tsai Ing-Wen of the Democratic Progressive Party was elected …

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Talk, Don’t Trust

http://councilforstrategicaffairs.blogspot.in/2016/01/talk-dont-trust.html While intensive post-mortem reports are being written by self-proclaimed  strategic experts about the Government of India’s supposed (mis-) handling of the terrorist attack on the Pathankot airbase, not much has been written on the antecedents of the terror attack and the suggested future course of action. Instead of continuing to self-flagellate and indulge in …

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WTO From Doha to Nairobi: India leads the Developing World

http://www.councilforstrategicaffairs.blogspot.com/2015/12/wto-from-doha-to-nairobi-india-leads.html The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Tenth Ministerial Conference was recently held in Nairobi, Kenya, from 15 to 19 December 2015, the first such meeting hosted by an African nation. The conference was chaired by Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Amina Mohamed and had to be extended by an additional day …

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From Kyoto to Kashi: Is Sky Really the Limit for India-Japan Cooperation

http://www.councilforstrategicaffairs.blogspot.com/2015/12/from-kyoto-to-kashi-is-sky-really-limit.html It is a truth universally acknowledged that India and Japan are, indeed, civilizational brothers. India gave Japan the Zen-Buddhism through China. Even prior to that Shinto religion had coopted a number of important deities from Sanatana Dharma. River goddess Benten or Benzaiten is mother Saraswati reincarnated. The worship of Ganesha or Vinayaka or Kangiten, …

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ASAT Weapons Program with Chinese Characteristics

http://councilforstrategicaffairs.blogspot.com/2015/11/asat-weapons-program-with-chinese_23.html No longer in the realm of science fiction, space could be the battle field for the future world war III. It is well-known that both the US and Russia have space weapon programs developed over the 1970s and 1980s. These capabilities of cold-war adversaries were directed mutually at each other and India certainly would …

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India, APEC and the US

http://councilforstrategicaffairs.blogspot.com/2015/11/india-apec-and-us.html https://www.myind.net/india-apec-and-us     by Dr Adityanjee The major focus during the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting in Manila, Philippines on November 18th and 19th would be on the Paris terror attacks though it is a trade promotion group that does not delve into security issues. The regional tensions in the South China Sea …

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