A seven-member Tamkang University, Taipei delegation visited USI for a Round Table Discussion on 03 April 2018
USI conducted a Round Table Discussion with a seven member Tamkang University, Taipai, Taiwan The panellists from Tamkang University, Taipei were: Dr Kao-Cheng Wang, Dean of College of International Studies […]
Xi Jinping Warns Any Attempt to Split China Is ‘Doomed To Fail’
Brig Narender Kumar Writes: Xi is making concerted efforts to send a message to the nation that “achieving total unity is the collective hope of all Chinese people”. Such assertions from Xi are aimed to quell opposition of his appointment as President for life and also to suppress any uprising if triggered by his opponents within the country. However, instead of directly targeting his nemesis within his party he is trying to deflect the blame on separatist of Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Subhasish Writes: In recent decades, due to global warming, the Arctic region has witnessed the decline of the ice cover on the Arctic Ocean. This has opened up opportunities to commercially utilise the three Arctic maritime routes, exploit the natural resources of the region and transform global shipping patterns.
Jammu and Kashmir shouldn’t be seen as a Political Issue: Haseeb Drabu
Narender writes, Survival of political parties in Jammu & Kashmir depends upon repeating the lie every day that Jammu and Kashmir is unresolved political issue that has been muddied by Pakistan. Every time there are elections rhetoric reaches crescendo describing Kashmir as a conflict state to reap political dividends.
Joint USI-CIPRI (YCAR, York University), Canada Discussion on Non-Traditional Concerns
A joint USI-CIPRI (YCAR, York University), Canada discussion on “Non-Traditional Concerns” was organised on 07 March 2018 at USI. Maj Gen Rajiv Narayanan, AVSM, VSM,(Retd), Distinguished Fellow , USI commenced the […]
Subhashish writes, In the backdrop of the four day visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to India, is an evolving story of the maritime presence of France and United Kingdom in the Indo-Pacific region.
The entry into force of the new Afghan deal ensures that Barack Obama, elected president in 2008 on a wave of anti-war sentiment, will pass off both the Afghanistan war and his new war in Iraq and Syria to his successor.