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Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons: The Dangers in the Indian Sub-Continent

By: Aasi Ansari, Research Analyst, GSDN Introduction South Asia is considered one of the nuclear flashpoint due to the three nuclear armed bordering countries, i.e., India,...

75 Years of NATO: Relevance and Future

By: Darshan Gajjar, Research Analyst, GSDN “There’s also hatred here... They’d be the first to be dreadfully unhappy if Russia should somehow rebuild itself, even...

The May 9, 2023 Incident: A Manifestation of Pakistan’s Struggle Against Authoritarianism

By: Lt Col JS Sodhi (Retd), Editor, GSDN In the annals of Pakistan's tumultuous political history, May 9, 2023 stands out as a day of...

The Dragon Stretching its Wings – Chinese Overseas Military Bases

By: Mahima Sharma, Research Analyst, GSDN In recent years, China has been rapidly expanding its military power and influence, with significant implications for global security....

The Mayhem of Minorities in Pakistan

By: Lt Col JS Sodhi (Retd), Editor, GSDN Pakistan has a diverse population with numerous minority groups, including Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Hindus, and other religious...

Does USA’s Foreign Policy Needs a Reset?

By: Muktha Prasannan, Research Analyst, GSDN The United States' foreign policy governs its relations with other countries and establishes guidelines for its institutions, businesses, and...

Re-evaluating India’s Second-Strike Capability: Rethinking India’s Nuclear Doctrine

By: Sourishree Ghosh, Research Analyst, GSDN Strategic Importance of India’s Second-Strike Capability The sea-based nuclear weapons in South Asia have received less priority than their land-based...

Kaladan Multimodal Transport Project: A Comprehensive Analysis

By: Harshit Tokas, Research Analyst, GSDN The Government of India's strategic engagement with its neighboring countries, particularly those in the eastern region, reflects a proactive...

Munich Security Conference- An Iniquity to World Security Discourse

By: Seetal Patra, Research Analyst, GSDN The Munich Security Conference (MSC) saw its inception in the fall of 1963, then called, Internationale Wehrkunde-Begegnung. The MSC...

Analysis of Change in Argentinian Leadership

By: Aidamol Joseph, Research Analyst, GSDN Argentina is a South American country located in the southern part of the continent. It is a federal republic...

Book Review: Volatile States in International Politics

By: Yash Gajmal In the realm of international relations, where stability is often considered paramount, the book "Volatility in International Politics" challenges conventional wisdom by...

QUAD and China: Achievements and Fallouts

By: Nabhjyot Arora, Research Analyst, GSDN ‘’The United States must refrain from stirring up trouble or taking sides on the South China Sea issue after...

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