Central Asia: Three decades of developments

12 March 2021

Central Asia, located between the East and the West has always been been at the centre of power struggle between major powers such as Russia, China, US and West. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the leaders of these independent republics, adopted multi vector foreign policies to balance these major powers. As this year marks the three decades of the break of the Soviet Union, join Amb D. P. Srivastava and Dr. Pravesh Kumar Gupta for a discussion on the developments in Central Asian region in these three decades.

US Foreign Policy under Joe Biden

10 March 2021

On March 3rd, the new Biden administration released an Interim National Security Strategic Guidance to convey how the US would engage with the world as it begins its work on the National Security Strategy. As the new administration takes such first steps towards charting its foreign policy priorities, join Amb Arun K Singh and Dr Himani Pant for a discussion on the broad contours of the US foreign policy under Joe Biden.

An Update on Political Situation in Myanmar

It’s been a month since the Myanmar military seized control and in today’s episode, we will talk about the latest updates on the political situation in Myanmar and international reactions. Democratically elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi faces additional charges despite mounting protests and demonstrations. On 03 March, Myanmar witnessed its most violent day of protest with nearly 40 killed as military quelled protests in several towns and cities. Internationally, there have been mixed reactions.

Developments in Xinjiang

25 February 2021

Join Prof Srikanth Kondapalli and Dr Teshu Singh as they review the developments in Xinjiang.

Joe Biden Presidency and West Asia

19 February 2021

Join Amb. Anil Trigunayat and Hirak Jyoti Das unfold the current developments and upcoming trends in the West Asian region in light of the Joe Biden Presidency.

Chinese Economy and India-China Economic Relations

18 February 2021

Join Mr Santosh Pai and Dr Teshu Singh as they unfold the developments of Chinese Economy and India-China Economic Relations.

Political Crises in Myanmar

01 February 2021, the Myanmar military declared a state of emergency for a year and arrested Aung San Suu Kyi and other government officials. The coup’s timings have been critical as 01 February was supposed to be the first session of Parliament. Join Amb Gautam Mukhopadhya and Ms Cchavi Vasisht for insightful views on the recent political crises in Myanmar.

China’s Domestic and Foreign Policy under Xi Jinping

22 January 2021 | Join Mr Jayadeva Ranade and Dr Teshu Singh as they discuss the internal situation in China, Chinese Economy, US-China Relations and India-China Relations.

China-Pakistan Nexus

19 January 2021 | Join Amb G. Parthasarthy and Dr Teshu Singh for an extensive discussion on the China-Pakistan Nexus.

Implications of Migration of the Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir

19 January 2021

"Started in January 1989, the forceful exodus of Kashmiri Hindus, also referred to Kashmiri Pandits, from Kashmir was an “evil strategy” of Pakistan's “thousand cuts” doctrine against India. Join Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain and Anurag Sharma as they recall the event and discuss the way forward to the developments, along with the return of Kashmiri Pandits to their respective homes in J&K."

Developments in West Asia

15 January 2021

Join Amb. Anil Trigunayat and Hirak Jyoti Das as they discuss the US role in West Asia, inter Gulf detente and India's options.

Current Security Scenario In Afghanistan

6 November 2020

Are you intrigued by the intricacies of the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan? Join Dr. Yatharth Kachiar and Lt Gen Ravi Sawhney as they delve into the intrigue and complexities of the peace process in Afghanistan.

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