India’s Three Wars

China has a concept of — “Six Wars China Must Fight in Fifty Years.” That means there is no peaceful coexistence with China in its current form. Similarly, the Pakistani army has shown that to prove their worthiness they will indulge in any activity, be it terrorism or looting their own country’s wealth. Therefore, expecting … Continue reading India’s Three Wars

A Quad Of A New Kind: Tech Quad  

Machines, big and small, all rely on one component, semiconductor. Be it computers, telecommunications, household appliances, banking, security, healthcare, transportation, manufacturing, and last but not least, war-making machinery, all depend upon semiconductors. So, it won’t be unreasonable to say that the country that controls the semiconductors controls the future. Do you know, just like Rare … Continue reading A Quad Of A New Kind: Tech Quad  

Xi’s Re-election: Opportunity For World, Curse For China

China is gearing up for the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party to be held later this year. According to the consensus view, President Xi Jinping’s historic bid for a third term as the party’s General Secretary is assured. The Chinese President and General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Xi Jinping, doesn’t have much … Continue reading Xi’s Re-election: Opportunity For World, Curse For China

Wang Yi In India: Is India Ready For A Reset 

today “A man’s true character comes out when he’s drunk, and Xi is drunk on power” ~ Insightful Geopolitics Chinese foreign minister and State Councilor Wang Yi was to visit Nepal from 25-27 March 2022. He is also likely to visit Bhutan and Bangladesh after that. However, as per the latest information, Wang has already landed … Continue reading Wang Yi In India: Is India Ready For A Reset 

Should India Be Worried About Russia-China Bonhomie ?  

Many analysts in the neighborhood of China show anxiety over the Russia-China bonhomie. Their concerns are valid, but the reasons are not. All these countries need not worry but rather be vigilant so that the fast-changing geopolitical vista doesn’t spring surprises. I (@InsightGL) present an in-depth analysis on India’s premier ‘Think-Tank’ organization Chanakya Forum: https://chanakyaforum.com/should-india-be-worried-about-russia-china-bonhomie/#comment-10404

Success or Failure: Beijing Winter Olympics Is Bad News for the World 

Fourteen years ago, China conducted the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. The games were a success, and the biggest beneficiary was Xi Jinping. He was Vice President of China and competing for the presidency with present Premier Li Keqiang. The successful Chinese Olympics debut encouraged and emboldened Xi in grabbing power. He had just learned … Continue reading Success or Failure: Beijing Winter Olympics Is Bad News for the World