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Trump and Artificial Intelligence

Fetish to Make India ‘Great’

Mission Overseas: Daring Operations by the Indian Military by Sushant Singh, New Delhi: Juggernaut, 2017; pp 191, ₹ 299.

Doklam–Malabar

India Ready to ‘Plug and Play’ into the US Network

India’s Opposition to China–Pakistan Economic Corridor Is Flawed

China is opening up its land borders in Xinjiang to interact more freely with Central Asia and Europe. China and Pakistan are jointly building the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor, which passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. India views this as a violation of its sovereignty. Geopolitics rather than geoeconomics predominates India’s thinking on possibilities offered by the revival of the old Silk Road by the Chinese.

Recovery of Terror-infested Aleppo

For too long the West has considered itself to be the centre for organised interventions in sovereign states. Any competitor that challenges its monopoly is the villain that deserves the wrath of Western media. In Syria, Russia is the newest among the human rights violators that are being demonised with "fake news."

Belt and Road Initiative

American unilateralism has become a problem for the world. Post the Cold War, American hegemony has become inimical to world peace. After more than 25 years, there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon. Both Russia and China are geographically destined to offer resistance against a unipolar world. However, the two are most likely to fail if they challenge the United States militarily. They can challenge American power peacefully by diverting international trade away from the oceans towards Eurasian land routes. The new Silk Road initiative by China, and unity hold the key to a peaceful world.

Neo-liberal Agenda

The Indian soldier is in a state of stupor. The civil–military relations in the country are in crisis. The government’s policies are aggravating the situation, alienating the armed forces by lowering their status and salaries in comparison to other arms of the state. Neo-liberal forces are using the crisis as an opportunity to introduce military transformation that would splinter the national military and replace patriotism with profi teering.

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