Adil Rasheed

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  • Dr. Adil Rasheed is Research Fellow at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile

    Referendums: The dangers of direct democracy

    October 23, 2017

    Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Adil Rasheed’s commentary on Referendums, titled ‘Referendums: The dangers of direct democracy’ was published by Al Arabiya on October 23, 2017.

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    How ‘superpower’ China entered Palestine-Israel peace fray

    September 26, 2017

    Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Adi Rasheed’s article on China's role in Palestine-Israel peace talks, titled "How ‘superpower’ China entered Palestine-Israel peace fray" was published by Al-Arabiya, the Dubai-based Saudi television channel website, on September 26, 2017.

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    Political Branding: From Gandhi to ISIS

    August 29, 2017

    Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Adil Rasheed’s article on political branding, titled ‘Political Branding: From Gandhi to ISIS’ was published in the Al-Arabia website, the Dubai-based Saudi television channel, on August 29, 2017.

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    The SCO Summit: A growing coalition of ‘Frenemies’?

    June 09, 2017

    Research Fellow, IDSA, Dr Adil Rasheed’s analysis on the recently convened Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit titled, ‘The SCO Summit: A Growing Coalition of ‘Frenemies?’ appeared on the WION website on June 9.

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    Salafi-Jihad in Kashmir: New Cat among the Pigeons

    The growing vilification of the Kashmiri movement by Salafi-Jihadi terror groups is a part of their overt radicalization attempts aimed at hijacking the sub-nationalist insurgency.

    May 15, 2017

    Countering the Threat of Radicalisation: Theories, Programmes and Challenges

    In recent years, rising instances of home-grown terrorism, lone-wolf operations and growing polarisation within societies have upstaged the global military struggle against major transnational terrorist organisations. As the dissemination of radical ideas and related violence increases, over 40 governments around the world have decided to develop their own counter-radicalisation and de-radicalisation programmes, in keeping with their socio-political and cultural particularities.

    April 2016