Category Archives: Afpak

Critical Reflection on Prof. Max Abrahms’s Paper – Explaining Terrorism: Leadership Deficits and Militant Group Tactics

Critical Reflection on Prof. Max Abrahms’s Paper – Explaining Terrorism: Leadership Deficits and Militant Group Tactics As a student of social science I admire Professor Max Abrahms’s work that explains the behaviour of actors who indulge in political violence i.e., … Continue reading

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India’s strategic interests in Afghanistan & Af-Pak region

Review Paper for the semester. With time table for US draw down in Afghanistan approaching very fast and lack of a responsible regional power in the forefront apart from India, to manage post US pull out situation, it is important … Continue reading

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The Myth of India’s Nuclear Deterrence

The recent unprovoked transgressions in to Indian territory by both Chinese and Pakistan Militaries (terrorists included) bring to fore the oft repeated question whether India’s Nuclear deterrence is working when it comes to Pakistan and China. Recently it was raised … Continue reading

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