By raising the Balochistan issue at the international level, India is achieving dual goal of defeating both neighbour enemies with single diplomatic move. It will elevate the costs of the CPEC project, given the fact that China has spent a whopping $46 billion in this deal up till now.The Gwadar port is one of the largest CPEC project in the Balochistan region. China is focusing on this project to reduce its dependence on Malacca Straits, so that it can conveniently connect through Karakoram Range with the Indian Ocean. Malacca Straits is an area where China currently faces elevated aggression.
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The Pacific and South China Sea are pertinent to the United States, economically and also from military point of view. The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal further cements the association of USA and Asia. China’s share in this region to the extent that 60% of its trade is through this region. China’s dominating position is impacting the economic and political situation of smaller nations like Vietnam.
In the meantime, many separatists collaborated and groups sprouted in the western region such as BRA(Baloch Rebellion Army), BLA(Baloch Liberation Army), Lashkar e Baloch. Some of them are regarded as terrorist groups by many European countries. Pakistan reports that these groups are getting indirect support from India’s R&AW and Afghanistan. Thus in revenge, they are maintaining the Kashmir issue. The government tries to take this topic in international organizations such UNO but no decisions are made till date.
There, however, seems some optimism in this situation that India-UK economic relations may strengthen. This may result in more incoming business for Indian companies. As per NASSCOM’s observation, UK may further look to balance-off the loss privileged entrée that it used to get into European Union. Also, since there will be a decrease in the intra-EU immigration into UK, more doors may be opened for high-skilled immigration from other non-EU nations, especially India.
In the recent past, India has swiftly paced its way to self-sufficiency in the field of defence know-how. India had been an importer of defence since early days and It used to struggle for its share of arms and ammunitions as it had to depend on other developed nations in order to get the necessary …
An Intelligence Agency is a government agency which serves the nation and is accountable for extracting and analyzing information regarding national security, military, foreign policy and such other pertinent national issues. Such agencies collect information from diverse sources which may be evident as well as clandestine. Such sources include spying, intercepting communication lines, encrypting and decrypting of code language, assistance from other institutions and analyzing the public resources.
Strengthening the defense system of the nation is perhaps the most vital thing. It assures and offers protection to the country and its people against any enemy forces that may threaten them. With the help of advancing science and technology, various countries have been able to make weapons, military products and systems that can enhance …
There are four branches in the Indian Military, namely Army, Navy (along with naval air arm), Air Force and the Coast Guard. On the other hand, Pakistani Military has three branches, namely Army (along with National Guard), Navy (along with Marines and Maritime Security Agency) and Air Force.
Every nation has one primary agenda: to maintain a strong and well equipped military for the defense of its people from enemies. Thanks to the leaps scientific technology is making, many new and powerful military weapons are now possible. It has contributed to strengthen and enhance the entire defense system. However, not every country has …
One of the most important agenda on very country’s list of priorities is to maintain a strong, well trained and masochistically equipped military at its dispense. It is a crucial factor in protecting a nation and its people against enemy forces. Now that advanced scientific technology is being employed in defense sector, different countries have …
A sleeper cell can be defined as a group of people who remain inconspicuously dormant within a community up till the time they get activated by a signal that has been prearranged by their head to carry out acts of sabotage, espionage or terrorism. It is a new and perhaps the most insidious tactics employed by terrorist organizations. Every sleeper agent gets specialized training in their home countries after which they are assigned to adapt to another nation’s society and culture. A sleeper agent lives a life like any other normal person going about their daily duties. They remain uncover for many years at length until they receive the message for activation.
BRICS Development Bank is basically a proposed multilateral development bank which is to be operated by emerging developing countries named Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa that together constitute the BRICS consortium. Each of these nations account for about 1/5th of the economic activity in the world. They along with other non-developed countries have had painful encounters with the financial dominance of the West where they have been forced to make painful cuts in their budget and meet the stringent criteria to avail emergency loans from the International monetary fund (IMF) and World Bank.
In countries which are headed and governed by the Sunnis, Shias become a part of the poorest section of the society. They feel oppressed and victimized. There are instances where the extremist Sunni doctrines have hate speech for the Shias. This leads to the conflict between the two communities. Differences in ideologies,social structure and economic disparity.