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Terrorism

Shades of Terrorism: War against Terrorists is not a War on Islam

Paper No. 6284                                    Dated 01-Aug-2017
 
By Kazi Anwarul Masud 
 

Rising Terrorism in West Asia may reshape Geo-political Landscape!

Paper No. 6051                                   Dated 01-Jan-2016

Guest Column by Dr. Sudhanshu Tripathi

As has been seen in the past that terrorism or any kind of uncontrolled violence perpetrated upon innocents for long have always resulted into large scale migrations from their homes to other safer places in the world, thereby affecting geo-politics- a branch of study which deals with relations between geography and politics.

Indian Home Minister in China: What is the Takeaway?

Paper No. 6040                                   Dated 27-Nov-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s visit to China (November 18 to 23) can be seen as a testing step to see China’s real commitment to earnestly combat terrorism in its entirety.  Till now, Beijing’s track record on this issue has been patchy, narrowly focussed and politically manoeuvred.

Paris Carnage – The Outreach of Terrorism

Paper No. 6036                                  Dated 19-Nov-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

Paris, on November 13 evening, was nothing unusual.  A concert with an American band from California performing.  A friendly football match in the stadium between France and Germany.  And people in bars and cafeterias enjoying themselves.  Gay and Carefree Paris was impervious to a threat from Islamic State (IS) or Daesh, when all hell broke loose. 

Maldives: Dictatorship under the garb of Democracy:

Paper No. 5953                               Dated 13-JUN-2015
 
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
The MDP Spokesperson in describing the current developments in Maldives commented that the slide to dictatorship in Maldives is now complete.This appears to be a fair statement as the current regime appears to be bent upon using the archaic Terrorism Act for suppressing all opposition to it.
 

China Absolves Pak and ISI over Indian Consulate Attack in Heart

Paper No. 5750                                     Dated 24-Jul-2014

By Bhaskar Roy

China’s interest in Afghanistan is well known, as that of other countries including India. The American decision to totally withdraw forces form Afghanistan by 2017 has created an urgency among stakeholders in Afghanistan about the fate of the country.

CHINA: Stumbling in Xinjiang

Paper No. 5736                               Dated 30-Jun-2014
 
By Col. R.Hariharan
 
There are clear indications that the Chinese are stumbling in their effort to crush the Uighur struggle against the Han Chinese domination in Xinjiang.
 

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