S. K. Bhutani

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  • Arab Spring or Islamic State – The Case of Tunisia

    Arab Spring or Islamic State – The Case of Tunisia

    The recent attack on the Bardo museum and killing of foreign tourists has demonstrated that the challenge from the hardline Islamists remains.

    March 31, 2015

    Sino-Indian War, 1962 and the Role of Great Powers

    The easy availability of Indian Government documents allowed early commentators to focus on the policies pursued by India to counter the relentless advance by China in the Western border region, and the prospect of a similar thrust in the Eastern region in 1962. The spotlight settled on the inadequacy of the ‘Forward Policy’, which was a response to Chinese military pressure on the ground.

    October 2012

    Prem Shankar Jha, The End of Saddam Hussein, History Through the Eyes of the Victims

    Events in Iraq in the last decade, especially the invasion of Iraq by the United States and its allies (the so-called Coalition of the Willing) in 2003, have shaken the basis of the international system which has governed interstate relations since the end of the Second World War in 1945. In the Middle East, the lack of faith in the multilateral institutions set up after that War, has intensified.

    October 2003