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Dr. Roshan Khanijo's academic qualification includes BSc, MA and PhD. Her topic for the doctoral thesis was "Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and Developing Countries – A Critical Appraisal" She is the author of a book "Complexities and Challenges of Nuclear India" She was the member of the study team which did the Net Assessment on China and South Asia. She has been a panelist in Panel Discussions on nuclear issues. She presented a paper in the seminar organized by CIISS (China Institute for International and strategic Studies) in Beijing .She also took part in the discussions held by CICIR (China Institute of Contemporary International Relations) in Beijing. She has taken guest lectures for Jindal International University .Currently she is working as a Research Fellow at USI.


Naga Boycott: Centre Must Come Clean On the 2015 Framework Accord

Narender writes, Naga tribes of the North East had high aspirations from the Framework Agreement and if the talks breakdown on election issue it will be a set back to the entire peace and development process in the North East. Danger is that it will also have adverse impact on future negotiations and conflict resolution efforts of the government with other parties to the conflict.


A man, a plan, a canal…Thailand?

Gaurav writes, China now seeks to help Thailand in one of its grand projects of building the Kra canal – a long-envisioned channel through the country’s southern isthmus that would connect the Indian and Pacific Oceans and dramatically shorten East-West shipping routes.


Shadow Armies: The Unseen, But Real US War In Africa

Narender writes, Africa is facing one of the most critical periods in the history where Islamic Jihad ideology is causing instability in oil rich 22 North African nations and there is a scramble to control resource rich Sub Sahara region. The race to control natural resources has gained momentum and US and its European allies are being challenged by Russia and rising China.


USI conducted a Strategic Panel Discussion for Iraqi and Syrian Diplomats Undergoing Special Course at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), New Delhi on January 22, 2018

USI conducted a Strategic Panel Discussion for Iraqi and Syrian diplomats undergoing special course at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI), New Delhi on January 22, 2018 . The aim of Strategic Panel Discussion is to provide an opportunity to participants to understand and analyse dynamics of ISIS as a transnational threat and its growing footprints in Eurasia.


China’s Infrastructure vulnerable to Ballistic Missile attack?

Roshan Writes: Ballistic missile and its proliferation are transforming the nature of warfare. The deterrence factor associated with this technology cannot be underestimated. In the modern age, no nation can think of a full-fledged war and if some nation becomes aggressive and think that it can bulldoze its way, they should think twice about the consequences.