Monday, December 18, 2017

Women under Taliban: “From Jihadi Jane to victims of exploitation” –...

In an effort to understand the reason pertaining recruitment men and women into terror factions, military experts identify certain “personal” goals, ambitions or community...

The Doklam Standoff: Dangerously diverging interpretations

In order to understand the present standoff at Doklam, it is necessary to revisit the great game between colonial India and imperial China as...

Has the Supreme Court in Manipur Fake Encounters Case dealt a...

The Supreme Court acted positively in its quest to explore the truth behind the ‘culture of impunity’ in Manipur. In an order dated 14th...

Women under Taliban: “From Jihadi Jane to victims of exploitation” –...

 Throughout the “tyrannical” rule of the Taliban, women were the most victimised, exploited while sold as “commodities” in Afghanistan. Often considered as “voiceless in...

50 years of Naxalism, Virgin dreams amidst rivers of Blood

24 May 1967 is recognized as the day of Naxalbari incident, which led to the emergence of Marxist-Leninist-Maoist insurgency in India, known as the...

India’s Army is Economically Unprepared to Engage in Conventional Warfare with...

Any war between India and Pakistan involves more than just strategic and political underpinnings. Civil society’s call for declaring war on Pakistan in the...

Why is the Indian state forsaking the army in J&K which...

The Siamese twins, the army and the state have never been separated since they were born some eight thousand years ago. Army is a...

Guillotining Pakistanis for Pakistan: Collateral Damage to Sponsor Terrorism

Pakistan today experiences one of the worst kinds of terrorist attacks, targeting religious minorities, women and children. Mostly civilians are losing their lives, giving...

Why cant India deter terrorists the way Israel deter ISIS?

“You can go back 500 years. You cannot find a more audacious plan. Never knowing for certain. We never had more than 48 percent...

India needs to shift the Chinese discourse from security to partnership...

In the second round of The Dialogue Interviews, Founding Editor Kazim Rizvi sat down with sinologist Dr. B.R Deepak for an in-depth discussion on...