September 22, 2017
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Modi's one year is a great shift
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has completed one year in office. The prospect is far better than where Congress led UPA had left the establishment. Upon his completion of first
 
China's MSR may change balance of power
Chinese leaders are always ambitious and nourish deep thinking about their present and future actions when it comes to geopolitics. Being a good student of history, the Chinese
 
Geopolitics in Asia may change faster
As the new geo-political environment is unfolding , India and United States have declared that they are ready to play a bigger role in the Asian strategic landscape with a renewed vision to overcome a gap in the balance of power in the region.
 
India needs to conduct defence deals with Russia carefully
There is a change of geopolitical environment in the world. This will not only impact big powers but also aspiring powers who are seeking to play a greater role
 
'Make in India' may fail in defence sector
India's tryst with creating a robust military industrial complex (MIC) to become self-reliant in indigenous armament production may take decades to turn into a reality. Now Prime Minister Narendra Modi is looking into the core sector of defence production very differently. Perhaps he realized even before becoming the PM that great power preeminence for India will come at a cost. Unless India produces futuristic weapons and access state of the art technologies
 
India needs to maintain a strong balance among major powers
India is now in the midst of a major transformation which will determine its own future and the role it is likely to play in coming years at the global stage. The new NDA government which came to power four months ago has vigorously
 
Indo-Japan relations may change Asian geopolitics
The recent visit of Indian Prime Minister to Japan has created a new synergy in the relationship between the two countries but it has raised many eye brows in China which
 
Instability in Afghanistan may affect peace in the whole region
The current crisis in Afghanistan arising out of prolonged ongoing domestic conflict and the failure to elect new President could spell a disaster for the whole region if timely steps are not
 
Arab Sunni extremism may hurt balance of power
The emergence of ISIS and couple of fellow less known Islamic outfits in the Arabian Peninsula may hurt the existing balance of power in the Arab world. Already, Iran has hinted that it is
 
100 per cent FDI in defence is a welcome step
The BJP-led NDA government’s decision to hike the FDI limit in defence sector to 100 per cent is the most welcoming and a bold step. This was being hoped for a long time.