The Shia Sunni Schism:

  Shia Sunni schism has always acted as principle fault line in Islam. The 1.3 Billion strong Muslim population has been broadly divided into these two principle sects. The rift between the two biggest Muslim factions goes right back to … Continue Reading →

Non State Actors

In the century where solutions of major political, social, economic and cultural bottlenecks are sought through the combination of both Track 1 and Track 2 diplomacies, the Non State Actors have become an important part of the prevalent global structure. … Continue Reading →

China and the 9 Dotted Line in South China Sea

With Asia becoming the power house of the re-surging world economy, the waters of South China Sea have become a flash point in the world geopolitics. With the Chinese economy growing at unprecedented rates and challenging the pre existing global … Continue Reading →

India and the Geopolitics of Chabahar

In this era where the dynamics of global economy drives the geopolitics, Chabahar stands an honorable mention. Chabahar is an Iranian port on the Makran coast in the Gulf of Oman which has become a new tipping point in the … Continue Reading →

Elements Compounding Regional Destabilization

In the 21st century, globalization has had a steroidal effect on the growth of economies and has put the Least Developed as well as Developing countries in the select groups of industrialized economies. This era of globalization has pulled millions … Continue Reading →

Sino Indian Interests in Kashmir-Xinjiang

Xinjiang or the Xinjiang-Uyghur Autonomous Region is the autonomous region in the North Western Part of China which borders India’s Kashmir on its West. It is one of the most unstable parts of China and has caused many internal security … Continue Reading →

INDIA: TRANSITION FROM SOFT TO HARD POWER

With the dawn setting upon the older millennium and the world moving into the 21st century, the transition of India from being a soft power to a hard one is worth reckoning. India has been one of the profound examples … Continue Reading →

Good Governance

  According to World Bank,  governance is: “Manner in which power is exercised in the management of a country’s economic social resources for development” Thus governance is how a government of the day carries out its functions, its responsibilities, how … Continue Reading →

Total Quality Management (TQM)

The concept of quality or Total Quality Management (TQM) has existed for many years, though it’s meaning has changed and evolved over the time. The concept has evolved into a customer centric approach over time with more and more companies competing … Continue Reading →

Indo China War 1962: Why did India loose?

The Indo China war 1962 ,was fought between India and China in the year 1962. The two countries had met with significant political and social changes in the past one decade. This included the Indian independence from the colonial rule … Continue Reading →