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Why is the Taliban threat have to be taken seriously? Lessons from 9/11

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Why is the Taliban threat have to be taken seriously? Lessons from 9/11 As the world remembered 9/11 and especially the United States where all former Presidents came to mourn the event we the Indians also need to take important lessons. First and foremost is one should not forget important historic events for, they teach us far more valuable ...

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Who will benefit or lose from the Taliban…A quick summary of challenges and some solutions.

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The coming of the Taliban in Afghanistan has opened a pandora box with ramifications that have the potential to change global contours and world order. Everything is not all that simple as it may look on the surface or obvious. For example, it is said that China and Pakistan may be the most beneficiary, yes they ...

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India has to shed its usual shortsighted, defensive role and go all out, to fight the Taliban and other challenges proactively and conviction

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If there was a time in the annals of history that will define India's tryst with destiny in the 21st century then it has come. For 20 years, the US troops were fighting in Afghanistan or what should be said our neighborhood and region while we were building libraries there as President Trump Famously chided India on ...

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SOS: Rise of Taliban as the world watches and ditches Afghans..India must not lose opportunity ..

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Finally, the Taliban have taken over Kabul as the Afghan President Ghani has fled. This should be the biggest story for the century as the world will see going forward. It will be remembered for the failure of Americans and their hasty departure from the region; Biden's foolish decision to abandon Afghan; The helplessness of ...

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Afghan, Taliban, and the United States: What Next? PM Modi has the opportunity to demonstrate statesmanship and a lasting legacy.

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For years the United States made Afghanistan it's base and fought the Taliban. It came to the region as the erstwhile USSR attacked Afghanistan and tried to swallow the country. Taliban supported by Pakistan and America fought the Russians and made sure that the Russians are ousted from the region. But then there were many ...

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Can India China relations be saved ? Not yet though China is looking for a quick makeup globally.

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An interesting panel discussion took place last week titled, India and China: Uneasy Neighbours’. Some top panelists like Shivshankar Menon former NSA, Lt General SL Narasimhan, Director General, Centre for Contemporary China Studies, and Member, National Security Advisory Board, Government of India; and Yun Sun, Senior Fellow and Director of China Program, Stimson Centre, participated ...

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