Category Archives: Geopolitics

China and the 9 Dotted Line in South China Sea

With Asia becoming the powerhouse of the re-surging world economy, the waters of South China Sea have become a flashpoint in the world geopolitics. With the Chinese economy growing at unprecedented rates and challenging the pre existing global power equations, this sea has been the hotbed of discussions at many international and national forums. China,… Read More »

Elements Compounding Regional Destabilization

In the 21st century, globalization has had a steroidal effect on the growth of economies and has put the Least Developed as well as Developing countries in the select groups of industrialized economies. This era of globalization has pulled millions out of the poverty web by significantly improving their per capita incomes. But in the… Read More »

Indo China War 1962: Why did India loose?

The Indo China war 1962 ,was fought between India and China in the year 1962. The two countries had met with significant political and social changes in the past one decade. This included the Indian independence from the colonial rule and the rise of the Communist Party of China in China. The Chinese annexation of… Read More »

Indo China war 1962: What caused China to revert to status quo after the war?

The Indo China war 1962 was fought between India and China in the year 1962. The two countries had met with significant political and social changes in the past one decade. This included the Indian independence from the colonial rule and the rise of the Communist Party of China in China. The Chinese annexation of… Read More »

India and Indonesia: Destined to be together

India and Indonesia, as the name often suggests, are very similar to each other in many aspects. They have always shared a very friendly and a flourishing bilateral relation in all the facets including political, social or economic. History stands witness to the great friendship enjoyed by the two countries. Many of the Indian epics,… Read More »