Yasaswi Tanya gives a detailed account of what happens when a individual/entity is listed as a terrorist under the UN Security Council and also highlights its implication on the listing of Masood Azhar.
Oishik writes, it is almost astounding to see that a state like North Korea can do so well in fields that need very high standards of technology and huge monetary investments and yet so poor in providing for its people basic freedoms and necessary elements of a livelihood
Anant Mishra writes, New Delhi should remain committed and dedicated towards rebuilding Afghanistan. Strategically, this policy would ensure significant presence in Afghanistan without interfering in the already complex Afghan domestic politics.
Nikhil writes gesture by North Korea portrays its increasing impatience on Washington’s pressure on relaxing all the international sanctions only after complete denuclearisation of Nuclear weapons take place.
Lt Gen GS Katoch, PVSM, AVSM, VSM (Retd) writes the initial US euphoria over the Afghan peace talks seems to be transitioning into wary pessimism. The US and the Afghan Taliban may appear to be talking but certain issues are very vexing