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Has China Painted Itself Into A Corner With China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)

Maj Gen Rajiv Narayanan, AVSM, VSM (Retd) writes, China by blocking the listing of Masood Azhar at UN has clearly suggested that it is propping up Pakistan as its proxy to counter a Rising India. While it may be so, but it seems that by nominating CPEC as the flagship of its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), it has limited its choices and painted itself into a corner.


Top Gun & the Perils of Proactive Responses

Lt Gen Ghanshyam Singh Katoch (Retd) writes, the repetitive terrorist strikes by Pakistan based extremists have made India insensitive to pin pricks. They do not wake up the ponderous Indian elephant unless they result in large casualties or are particularly outrageous. In fact there is a degree of ‘Pakistan originated terrorism’ fatigue in India.


OIC Needs to Introspect, Has Skeletons in its Cupboard

Neetu Arpan Grover, former senior news anchor and a freelance journalist writes, OIC needs to introspect before making a comment on Kashmir or situation of minorities in India. OIC has more to hide then to speak whenever it proclaims itself to be speaking for Muslims around the world.


Pakistan: Enemy No 1

Lt Gen Ghanshyam Singh Katoch (Retd) writes that since Pakistan was using terrorism-based non-state proxy asymmetric war against India especially in Kashmir, conventional capabilities under a nuclear overhang could not provide the edge sought.