PM Narender Modiji is proceeding to US for a dialogue with the President Trump on matters ranging from world geopolitics, regional stability in Asia as well as South Asia, possibilities of joint production of military hardware including F-16s, membership to UN Security Council & Nuclear Supplier Group, US inaction towards terror heavens being operated from… Read More Why India should not cosy up with US
WTO’s contribution to world trade is enormous. Countries like India and China must thank the organization to make it possible for these countries to become potentially strong economic force in global business. It is due to the process adopted by WTO which is resulting into the convergence of income levels around the world. In the… Read More Understanding WTO agreements and its structure
Capitalism is always contrasted with socialism. Yet both have great similarities. Not in terms of what the two ideas advocate, but in the sense that both are the product of philosophical ideas of how humanity should be working, living and owning. It is debatable which of the philosophical ideas is more logical and more practical… Read More What is wrong with India’s kind of capitalism?
For one it may be thought ‘out of place’ to compare Indian Politics with US Politics. For a change let us compare these two so called distant eco systems. We generally tend to think Indian politics is the result of the thought process of a large number of uneducated, unprivileged, primitive thinking people as against… Read More Indian Political Eco System Vs that of US
There has been quite a debate in recent past about US lost its position geopolitically. It may not be appropriate right now that it is not true given all the economic and financial indicators about the country. The political scenario at present is at its worst, with lots of partisan politics and a possible lack… Read More Is US Going With The Wind?
In the modern world the term Geopolitics was first coined by Rudolf Kjellén, a Swedish political scientist, at the beginning of the 20th century. The doctrine of Geopolitics gained attention largely through the work of Sir Halford Mackinder in England and his formulation of the Heartland Theory (World Island, Rimland and Periphery) in 1904. According to his… Read More Geopolitical Scientists of Ancient India
After the end of cold war, Central Asian countries were looking at US to perhaps increase its hegemony in this region, as the clear winner of the war. However lack of imperial instincts among US citizens did not let that opportunity to be exploited in this way. Nevertheless setting aside the claims of Turkey and Germany,… Read More Who will rule Eurasia?