Vinay Kaura


The writer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Affairs and Security Studies, Sardar Patel University of Police, Security and Criminal Justice, and Coordinator at Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, Jaipur.


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Trump's new South Asia strategy: How India became part of 'solution' to Afghan problem

The biggest challenge though is expected to arise from the infamously inconsistent and utilitarian US president.


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Trump may finally do India good by making Pakistan pay for sponsoring terrorism

Islamabad is being rightly blamed in Washington for the avoidable military stalemate in Afghanistan.


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Russia's tilt towards Pakistan will be a body blow for India's security

Putin is moving toward greater acceptance of Islamabad, much like China has done.


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Why it's wrong to compare Indian Army with Israel's

The foundations of the two countries were laid down under different principles.