International Relations : News and Updates

  • Importance of creating Resilient supply chains
    Synopsis: The Covid-19 pandemic once again proved the importance of creating resilient supply chains that can survive the tough times.   Introduction  Creating supply chains that can withstand the disruptions is extremely important. Disruptions through the times is something inevitable as it can be manmade or natural. For example, The Tahoka Earthquake of 2011, followed by the Tsunami, led to a nuclear ...
  • What are the implications of Emigration of India’s brightest youth?
    Synopsis: recent trends that suggests increasing emigration of brightest youth from India, have implications for India. Background Even after the renewed calls from the PM Narendra Modi for an Atmanirbhar Bharat, emigration of India’s best and brightest has not stopped. Recent findings by Indian Express have shown that, during the two decades of 1996-2015 the ...
  • Need for Gated globalization in India
    Synopsis: Post pandemic era will be giving rise to new world order and create uncertainties. India should use a “Gated Globalisation” framework to handle this change.  Introduction  The 3rd decade of the 21st century will witness a multipolar world and the rise of this New World Order will be driven by reliability of partners, national interest, and economic factors.  New developments are being witnessed with the ...
  • What is 5G warfare of China?
    Synopsis:  China is preparing to dominate the world by rolling out its 5G technology warfare across countries, India needs to fast the pace of its 5G implementation to contain the digital threat of China.  What is 5G warfare?  5G technology will enable IOT (Internet of Things) and IOT is driven by data and Information.     It will aid the providing country with the power to access and control the data of individuals, groups or even nations.  Moreover,5G technologies are ...
  • What is Anglosphere? 
    Synopsis: The Anglosphere is opposed as a colonial concept in India but colonial past should not be allowed to overpower India’s present strategic benefits.  What is Anglosphere?  An Anglosphere  is also called the world of English-speaking people bound by common political beliefs, similar legal traditions, and shared geopolitical interests.  The term was coined around late 19th century, when Britainwas facing the challenges to its empire from within and outside. A modest version of ...
  • India and its Neighbourhood-Relations
    India and its Neighbourhood-Relations:- Synopsis: The two-front challenge long ignored by India has become a reality, therefore there is an urgent need to develop both the doctrine and the capability to deal this threat.  Why India didn’t perceive the two-front challenge as a real possibility for long?  The collusive China-Pakistan military threat (i.e., China-Pakistan military are working in cooperation to contain ...
  • Vital notes from the year 2020
    Synopsis: As 2020 is coming to an end, we should ponder upon the issues the country faced this year and ensure that 2021 does not become another wasted year. What are the issues India faced in the Vital notes  year 2020? Pandemic: The COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on every segment of Indian society ...
  • TPSA (Tibet Policy and Support Act) of US
    Synopsis: The Tibet Policy and Support Act (TPSA) was passed by the US Assembly and will become a law after the US President signs it.  What are the provisions of (Tibet Policy and Support Act) TPSA of US?  The TPSA is an amended version of the Tibet Policy Act of 2002, which came ...
  • U.K. EU reach post-Brexit trade deal
    Synopsis: Britain and the European Union have struck a free-trade deal as a Post-Brexit trade deal to ensure Britain and the 27-nation bloc can continue to trade in goods without tariffs or quotas .   Facts:  Brexit: It is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union and the European Atomic ...
  • India sends flood support to Vietnam under Mission Sagar III
    Source: PIB News: Indian Naval Ship Kiltan arrived at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam as part of Mission Sagar-III.   Facts:  What is Mission Sagar? It was launched by the Indian government as a part of India’s Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) assistance to Friendly Foreign Countries during the ongoing pandemic.  Various phases of Mission Sagar: Mission Sagar-I: It was undertaken in May-June ...
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