He is a former research fellow at IDSA, New Delhi and a research analyst on West Asian region.

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As the Killing of Top Iran General marks a Tipping Point in the Crisis in the Middle East, Who has the Most to Fear In the early hours of 03 January, Iran's most powerful military commander, General Qasem Soleimani was killed by an air strike at Baghdad airport in a precision strike carried out by the US. The attack, based on specific intelligence, was carried out...

Escalating Tensions and Threat of Military Conflict in the Gulf Region: Who has the Edge? Introduction The incident of Iranian military downing a US Drone flying over its airspace on 20 June 2019 evoked immediate and strong response from the US. Reports suggested the US President ordered retaliatory military strikes against Ir...

Security Architecture in the Persian Gulf: GCC, Gulf Union or Something Else? The West Asian region has been in turmoil for over three years now. What started off as a local incident in Tunisia in December 2010 engulfed the entire region of North Africa and West Asia in what has been popularly termed as ‘Arab Spring’. Thre...

Israel Palestine Talks: Joining Pieces to Attempt Peace The recommencement of peace talks between Palestinians and Israelis on 29 July 2013 was long overdue and marked the culmination of six rounds of shuttle diplomacy in the region over the past six months by John Kerry, US Secretary of State holding mul...

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