Category Archives: Terrorism

The Death of Political Correctness: Modi ought to be a Trump

World over honest people whose personal integrity and public probity was always above board and wanted to get involved in the electoral politics, but could never be successful because of a pervert logic thrusted up on them i.e., to utter … Continue reading

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Mutual Respect versus Mere Tolerance

From the religious realm to political or societal, whether a man is ready to respect the other for what he actually is or would he simply be ready to only tolerate his existence because at a given point of time … 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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Why Terrorism and National Security will never be an election issue in India?

Recently we have seen current Gujarat Chief minister raising some security issues in public speeches as a part of his campaign against the incumbent congress such as issues like border incursions by China and Pakistan then the subsequent killing and … 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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Reflections on a paper authored by Terrorism Scholars Max Abrahams and Karolina Lula : Why Terrorists Overestimate the Odds of Victory

Reflections on a paper authored by Max Abrahams and Karolina Lula Why Terrorists Overestimate the Odds of Victory Terrorism as a Puzzle: What an apt addition of the adjective “Puzzle” with terrorism. It is certainly puzzling to see why terrorists … Continue reading

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Reflections on Terrorism Scholar Max Abraham’s recently Written Paper

Reflections on Terrorism Scholar Max Abraham’s recently written Paper : The Credibility Paradox: Violence as a Double-Edged Sword in International Politics (International Studies Quarterly, December 2013) The underlying theme appears to be that indulgence of violence will be a double … Continue reading

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