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India Set to Discover the Law of Unintended Consequences
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India Set to Discover the Law of Unintended Consequences
November 6, 2019

Buddhist national identity has taken on violent excesses in countries like Myanmar and Sri Lanka. But in the Himalayas, which is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha, Buddhism is attempting to make a resurgence in a political sense.

The Art of the Flank: India and Other Asian Nations Join the Polar Silk Road
October 15, 2019

The best partnerships occur when all participants have special talents to bring to the relationship which makes a whole more powerful than the sum of its parts.

The Art of the Flank: India and Other Asian Nations Join the Polar Silk Road
World
Crimea and Kashmir Viewed Through a Western Prism of Hypocrisy
Security
Crimea and Kashmir Viewed Through a Western Prism of Hypocrisy
September 17, 2019

It seems that Western governments are given to condemning referendums when they don’t suit their purpose and ignoring UN Resolutions to hold them when that action would be embarrassingly inconvenient for the country involved.

Power of Diplomacy and Partnership at Vladivostok
September 6, 2019

A new era of multilateralism and multipolar development is unfolding whether the Western media acknowledge it or nor. That new era is epitomized by the successful gathering of East Asian nations in Vladivostok this week.

Power of Diplomacy and Partnership at Vladivostok
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‘Child Actorvism’ and the Extinction Agenda of Neoliberal Racists
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‘Child Actorvism’ and the Extinction Agenda of Neoliberal Racists
August 27, 2019

On Friday Aug 9 2019, more than a million Indians planted 220 million trees in a single day, with each tree representing a resident of the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP). This was not India’s first afforestation feat.

Kashmir’s New Status: Why the West Turns a Blind Eye to Democracy Deficit in India
August 27, 2019

If Johnson and Trump are so supportive of democracy, why do they not protest about mass arrests and detentions and cancellation of democratic elections in Indian-administered Kashmir?

Kashmir’s New Status: Why the West Turns a Blind Eye to Democracy Deficit in India
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Kashmir: The Fight for the High Ground Has Started
Security
Kashmir: The Fight for the High Ground Has Started
August 16, 2019

Today, wars are a fight for survival and the countries that conquer the higher altitude regions with livable climates and natural resources will remain after over-populated coastal areas succumb to oceanic deluges.

Mediation Is the Way Forward for Kashmir
August 13, 2019

India and Pakistan continue to claim the whole of Kashmir, but neither can seriously believe that any mediation tribunal would judge this to be appropriate. Compromise is needed – one that India and Pakistan are incapable of reaching on their own.

Mediation Is the Way Forward for Kashmir
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