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Rahul Das

M.Phil Scholar of International Relations, Jadavpur University. Gold medalist, MA, Political Science, Rabindra Bharati University. Exploring various fields of Political writing. A news junkie with the keen interest in political & social issues. Freelance Journo. Authored numerous articles in many national and international journals.

India-Japan bilateral relations during the Shinzo Abe era

Shinzo PM Abe has been India’s close friend. He joined hands with India on global platforms. During the Doklam crisis and the recent standoff at LAC, Japan has criticised China for changing the status quo.

Globalization and its impact on India

in the face of globalisation, the need of the hour is to have less centralised, more competent and independent regulators and swifter resolution of disputes by the judiciary.

The US-China power struggle in the Pacific Ocean region

The Pacific region is becoming a pawn in the game of power politics among traditional and regional powers over recent years. The assertive and...

Impact of Hinduism and Buddhism in Southeast Asia

Although India does not share borders directly with any of the Southeast Asian States except Myanmar, the influence that India has had on these countries through religions remains intact for thousands of years.

Growing tensions between India and Nepal over ‘Kalapani’ issue

Ever since Nepal took the initiative to change the map, India has been saying that this unilateral decision of Nepal is not acceptable. Ignoring India’s objections, Nepal is moving towards its own goal.

Did Jinping’s China invade the Galwan valley to divert public attention from its own failure?

Jinping is well aware that while it is not possible to wage a full-fledged war, local wars, such as the invasion of the Galwan valley, can brighten his image to the Chinese people.

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