Tag: China

India’s Wish for Tibet

Reading Time: 3 minutes Advertisements 2021 marked the 70th year of Tibetan ‘liberation’ as the CCP would insist on calling it, while in reality, it stands to be annexation. The Republic of China gained control over Tibet and later signed a ‘Seventeen Point Agreement’ which affirmed Chinese sovereignty over Tibet. Naturally, Tibet succumbed […]

RIC: A Convoluted Triangle

Reading Time: 7 minutes Advertisements The world in the Covid-19 crisis has witnessed a sea change in the international diplomatic relations intertwining India, Russia, China, and the USA. Cordial relations between India and Russia have been in existence for decades now. Yet, India’s closeness to the USA has been hurting Russia but […]

Indo Japan Meet and Abe’s exit

Reading Time: 4 minutes Advertisements “Confluence of the Two Seas”- the speech on his first visit to the Indian Parliament in 2007 was a turning point of Indo Japan strategic relations. That’s how influential the Japanese leader Shinzo Abe was. From hoisting Japan to the heights of consistent infrastructural growth to creating […]

Retaliation on our terms.

Reading Time: 2 minutes Advertisements If you ask anyone around you to define battle, they will probably go on to tell you the 2 centuries old definitions where words like guns, swords, violence will be thrown around. But let’s ask ourselves why were these tools used in the first place? They were […]

India at Geopolitical Crossroads

Reading Time: 11 minutes Advertisements Utsari writes about why India should become proactive regarding it’s Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Policy with context to recent operations of Army near LoC and judgment of Pakistan’s Court. Washing hands for 30 seconds at regular intervals, trying a new dish every evening, finally reading that book on […]

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