Deconstructing Delhi State Election Results Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Deconstructing Delhi State Election Results

The recent state election in the Indian state of Delhi declared Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) victorious with a land-slide victory. The party conveniently secured 62 seats in the Delhi state assembly…

General Intelligence Bipin Rawat’s New Eyes and Ears Articles Asia Defense & Security

General Bipin Rawat’s New Eyes and Ears

Indian media reported on 9th March that Lt Gen Kanwal Jeet Singh (KJS) Dhillon, former head of the Srinagar-based 15 Corps, was appointed Deputy Chief of Integrated Defence Staff for…

Rising Trends policies of Politicisation in Indian Armed Forces Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Rising Trends of Politicisation in Indian Armed Forces

In theory and practice, civil-military balance is an over-arching theme of national security policies of modern democratic states. In 1957, Samuel Phillips Huntington, a renowned American political scientist, in his…

Beyond the Confluence of Akhand Bharat Dream and Citizenship Amendment Act Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Beyond the Confluence of Akhand Bharat Dream and Citizenship Amendment Act

The Citizenship Amendment Act is one amongst many steps taken by the Indian government to practically consolidate its Hindutva agenda. Immediate fall-outs of the amendment, however, are proving to be…

Track-II Diplomacy and Bifurcation of Kashmir: An SCO Perspective Articles Asia Defense & Security

Track-II Diplomacy and Bifurcation of Kashmir: An SCO Perspective

It has been over 100 days since the revocation of articles 370 and 35-A. Going a step ahead, India has bifurcated occupied Kashmir into two union territories to which China…

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Deciphering the Role of Indian State Institutions Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Deciphering the Role of Indian State Institutions

The Indian state of Maharashtra experienced a political impasse over government formation this November, following the state-election of Vidhan Sabha (Lower House). Amidst this political deadlock, leadership of Bharatiya Janata…

Post-Ayodhya India: A Slippery Road Ahead Court Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Post-Ayodhya India: A Slippery Road Ahead

India and Pakistan chose diametrically opposite trajectories upon creation. Pakistan was created in the name of religion, though not as a theological state, and India decided to be a constitutional…

100-Day Lockdown in Kashmir: Paradise to Living Hell Articles Asia Politics & Governance

100-Day Lockdown in Kashmir: Paradise to Living Hell

A couple of days ago, Syed Ali Geelani in his letter to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan asked Pakistan to withdraw from peace pacts with India. He also urged Khan…

India, Pakistan, Kashmir, Hindutva, Human Rights, United Nations Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Telltale Signs of Fascism in Modi’s India

This is the first time in Indian history that an oppressive power is about to materialize its fascist objectives through the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the mouthpiece and political wing…

South Asia, United Nations, Hindutva Articles Asia Defense & Security

Modi’s Hindutva and Human Rights Violations: A Blue Print for Regional Instability

From the past century, the secular Congress party of India has been carrying out grave human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK). The recent blow however came on 5th August,…

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