Sri Lankan Crisis And The Chinese Debt Trap

  • April 5, 2022
As the island nation faces an economic Armageddon, the Rajapaksa government seeks more Chinese money, pushing the country deeper into Chinese debt. Sri Lanka has already taken 16 IMF bailouts, second only to Pakistan.
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Why September 14 Is Martyrdom Day For Kashmiri Hindus?

  • March 17, 2022
On September 14, 1989, the first major killing of a Kashmiri Hindu leader Pt. Tika Lal Taploo happened in the valley setting the tone for the massive exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from  Kashmir on 19 January, 1990.   Pandit Taploo’s  killing  at the hand of terrorists was a turning point in the  conflict in this region
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Ukraine Crisis: Growing Divergence In Europe Over Russia

  • February 22, 2022
Europe and the European Union are divided more than ever, specifically on the Russian threat against Ukraine. Europe for a large part in the ongoing conflict has assumed the role of a bystander which is due to culmination of disunity, inability, and historical dependence on the US for European security
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In the Shadow of a War

  • December 22, 2021
The tale of ‘India in Making’ is generally elaborated with the help of three conventional ideological frameworks viz. Liberal, Marxist and Gandhian. Drawing on the legacy of colonialism and India’s association with it; these frameworks have in their own way explained the ‘Idea of India’.
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