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Attacks in the United Kingdom and the Wider Implications The string of recent attacks in the United Kingdom (UK), in less than three months, has once again brought to the fore the vulnerability, not only of the UK, but of the international community at large, arising from the activities of rabid terrorist ...

Daesh in Afghanistan: It gets Weakened but Not yet Vanquished in Syria-Iraq It has been a little under two and a half years since January 26, 2015 when Daesh announced in Afghanistan, the establishment of its South Asian affiliate known as Islamic State in Khorasan (ISK). The outfit’s now-deceased spokesperson Abu Muhammad...

खिलाफत तो लगभग मरणासन्न है, लेकिन बाकी हैं समस्याएं और विचार इराक में मोसुल को मुक्त कराने के लिए पिछले वर्ष अक्टूबर में जो दाएश विरोधी सैन्य अभियान आरंभ कि...

Caliphate is Almost Doomed but Problems and the Ideas Remain The anti-Daesh military campaign for the liberation of Mosul in Iraq, which was kick-started in October last year, showed some significant advancement, beginning with the recapture of the town’s eastern neighbourhood by late January this year. With...

The Expected Upsurge in the Indo-Israel Defence Cooperation Better Late than Never is what India-Israel ties are all about. Celebrating twenty-five years of diplomatic relations, both countries have pledged to take the ties to further heights. The growing bonhomie is clearly noticeable since late May 2014 whe...

Occasional Papers 
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and its South Asian Connection: An Indian Perspective A Brief Background to the Evolution of ISIS: Today, one of the most serious threats that have engulfed a large portion of the Middle East is the emergence of the Sunni Muslim extremist group, infamously known as the Islamic State of Iraq an...

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