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ISIS expanding footprints
Though ISIS is rapidly losing the grounds in Syria and Iraq, but it is not at all losing the war. Interestingly, th
 
China's geopolitical game
Ever since Pakistan facilitated the secret visit of US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to Beijing in July 1971
 
Split in Boko Haram
Nigeria based Boko Haram terror group has split into two factions, one loyal to Abubakar Shekau and the other to Abu Musab
 
Coastal security
It is a measure of how secure has been the Indian peninsula  since the attack by Pakistani terrorists on Mumbai
 
Global threat
The recent surge of terrorist strikes, in Orlando, Jordan, Lebanon, Istanbul, Baghdad, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh
 
Smart techniques used by ISIS
Though some reports from western countries are trying to portray that ISIS is losing its foothold but the reality draws a completely different picture.
 
UAVs mission
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are an exciting field in the world of aviation, with new R&D and system discoveries.
 
Geopolitical vision for MENA region
Time changes everything. In diplomacy change comes more faster and unexpected than in any other segment of statecraft.
 
Intrusion along Indian borders
China has fallen back on an old blueprint to keep India unbalanced. It has revived the insurgencies in the North-east
 
Uighur problem
Uighurs are waging a war of different kind to which many Chinese politicians and strategists are unknown but