Dr T V Paul, is a Professor at James McGill University, Canada and Director (Founding), Global Research Network on Peaceful Change (GRENPEC). In his interaction with Dr Prakash P, topics including soft power and hard power balance, India’s role in the Indo-Pacific region, China’s paths to rise as a superpower were discussed.
Dynamics of China’s Defense White Paper 2019: Chinese Role in International Security and Implications for India
ISSSP Reflections No.59, July 31, 2019 Authors: Amit Mukherjee and Prakash Panneerselvam Introduction The rising discordance between the US and Chinese interests is now reaching new heights. The prelude to this newly heightened rattle was visible in recent times as the two countries were seen locked into an ongoing trade war. Combined with this, the […]
Rajaram Nagappa, Mrunalini Deshpande et al writes about India’s recent Anti-Satellite (A-SAT) missile test and its impact on India’s deterrence capability. Lot of news and analysis has followed the test – mostly political in nature with sprinkling of technical guesswork. This article, authors have tried to study the available information and piece together a more coherent picture.State of India’s Rare Earth Industry – Understanding India’s Current Position
Saurav Zangeneh writes on various issues in setting up a rare earth industry in India despite the country possessing vast RE resources.Rise of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Naya Pakistan: 2018 Elections and the Challenges ahead
Riffath Khaji writes on Rise of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) in 2018 election and possible challenges ahead