Border disputes in Ladakh and Nepal, the rejection of China's BRI projects in the neighboring countries of Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, the competing efforts to establish their own corridor via Balochistan and the Pashtun areas to Afghanistan, the
On June 17, 2020, India got elected as the Non-Permanent Member (NPM) of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for 8th time. It will remain as council’s NPM for a period of two years starting from January 2021 till December 2022.
India used to be a secular state under the Congress governments in the past.
United Nation Security Council is the most powerful organ of UN. There’re five permanent and ten non-permanent members (total 15) of the council.
The US was not happy with India's role in Afghanistan, and President Trump has expressed his annoyance already, as he wanted Indian troops in Afghanistan, but India interested in Economic gains, political and diplomatic benefits only.
Amid Pandemic devastations, where the whole world is over-engaged in its fight against virus, India, availing this opportunity, has increased violations of Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan.
Since August 19, 1984, the United Nations (UN) each year observes June 04 as the “International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression.” Initially this day was observed while keeping in focus the victims of the 1982 Lebanon War in which
India has failed to prosecute the criminals of 1984 anti-Sikh violence, which highlights India’s meek commitment to fulfill its human rights obligations towards its citizens.
The Italian thinker Antonio Gramsci coined “morbid symptoms” in international system as pervasive sign considering the security dilemma between states. The security dilemma has swept the India, Nepal, and China nexus in this ongoing scenario.
Upon advice from Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, the Indian Defence Ministry on issued directives providing for procurement of 26 spares and equipment for military use only from domestic suppliers, whereas India is a country with the highe