Narender writes, India as a sovereign nation is entitled to enter into a bilateral economic activity with another nation. India should not be taking sanction from China with whom it should have economic, political, diplomatic and military cooperation on the principle of equality and mutual interest.
The United Service Institution of India (USI) conducted a Round Table Discussion at USI on 13 December 2017. The speakers were Dr Thomas Lynch, Distinguished Research Fellow for South Asia and the Near East in the Center for Strategic Research (CSR) at the Institute of National Strategic Studies (INSS) at the National Defense University (NDU) and Shri TCA Raghavan, IFS (Retd).
The Strategic Panel Discussion setting is premised on the prevailing global geopolitical developments and its wider ramifications for regional peace and security. The discussion provided a broad overview of geopolitical and strategic trends in the Indo-Pacific and Geo Politics of Combating Terrorism in Af-Pak Region, and their impact on regional stability and balance of power