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The Indo-Pacific Scan of Russia Ukraine Crises Spillover.

Srijan Sharma Writes, the spillover of Russia-Ukraine conflict in the Indo-Pacific cannot be underestimated the spillover of this conflict has the potential to impact and shake the strategic and security calculus of the Indo-Pacific region. It would severely tighten the situation because the region is already filled with flashpoints and strategic competition.

Chinese Foreign Minister in New Delhi: Another Attempt to Bring Change or It Is a Cashing Opportunity?

Srijan Sharma writes, Chinese Foreign Minister’s recent visit to India might have layers of genuine and deceptive interests; India, however after engaging with China extensively both at diplomatic and military levels has now realised China’s deceptiveness and dictums that subsequently follows. India maintained its strong stance towards China and cleared its priorities for normalisation of relations.

Belarus: A Russian nightmare

Lakshmi Priya writes, war in Georgia and annexation of Crimea has made Belarus nervous of Russia’s expansionist intentions in eastern Europe. Any kind of “deeper integration” would mean acceding to Russia and loss of sovereignty and authority.

Reading the Tea Leaves IV – Elusive Afghan Peace on the Eve of Eid

Lt Gen GS Katoch, PVSM, AVSM, VSM (Retd) writes as Mr Zalmay Khalilzad is preparing for the seventh round of talks in June at Doha, he and the US have to make some dire choices regarding the facilitation of the peace talks. The Taliban have rejected the offer for Eid ceasefire and vowed to continue fighting.