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Internal Security Priorities for the New Government: Institutional Reforms

Since the Mumbai terrorist attacks on 26th November 2008, the complexity of internal security of challenges faced by the nation has increased. In order to deal with these challenges, a concerted, coordinated institutional approach based on the widest possible political consensus and improved Centre-State synergy is required. In addition, new

India in an expanded SCO

India’s inclusion as a full-member will lend credibility to the Shanghai Cooperation  Organisation, which until now has been dominated by China. However, until the strong  differences between member nations are resolved, it will be a while before the SCO can become a  multilateral force to be reckoned with This week

Beijing’s APEC Call on India: A New Twist in India-China Power Politics?

A New Beginning? Are India-China relations in Asia-Pacific entering a new level of engagement and power politics?China’s recent invitation to the new Indian Prime Minister, inviting India to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit meeting in Beijing, scheduled for November 2014, suggests so. This was the first meeting between