manuphotoDr. Manu Chaudhary
(Indian journalist who hosting their own show on their own YouTube Channel. Channel name is – World 360 with Manu)

Copyright: @ 2022 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 4 June 2022

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I decided to contribute this analysis because I wish to have your swift seize going back to Russia and Ukraine war topic. We're almost three months into this war and I continue to be very pessimistic about where we are heading.

Over the last few weeks, the biggest headline, I think, has been the sinking of the Moskva and recapturing of Kharkov and opening of diplomacy as Indian Embassy will start working from 17th of this month. Coming to Moskva, it is Russia's carrier, its flagship of its Black Sea fleet. It is the worst naval combat loss that Russia has experienced since World War II at the hands of Ukraine, a country that doesn't even have a navy... Read more

 

k5By Dr. Ajay Kumar (PhD)
(Chairman & Managing Director, Fox Petroleum Group of Companies)

Copyright: @ 2022 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 17 April 2022

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China is far ahead in consumption and sourcing for future stock amid crisis during conflict in South China sea. On the other hand, to boost economy Russia is now closing big LNG deals with China. We can observe this by sustained Chinese demand even amid ramp-up of pipeline gas to China from Russia’s ‘Power of Siberia’. Asian liquefied natural gas spot prices and oil-linked LNG contract prices are expected to remain high throughout 2022 and 2023 and would only decline back to non-crisis levels around 2027-28 midyear, depending on geopolitical events, which includes Chinese invasion on Taiwan..... Read more

marsec6Raagini Sharma
(RIEAS Senior Analyst, and Research Director, Indic Researchers Forum)

Copyright: @ 2022 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr)
Publication date: 26 February 2022

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Introduction

Maritime Diplomacy is the management of international relations by a nation through the activities in oceanic waters, primarily aimed at deploying its navy, coast guards or other maritime constabulary, thus taking the leverage of the Sea Power for gaining favourable diplomatic outcomes in alignment with the foreign and defence policies of a nation. It is an orchestration of sea power with the forces at the nation’s disposal to send signals to friendly, non-friendly and neutral countries about the intent of the nation backed up by its economic and military capacity and capability to the extent it can seamlessly employ all its instruments of power.

Maritime diplomacy encompasses a spectrum of activities to pursue the national interests that may be to safeguard and protect its territorial waters or play a bigger role in the dynamics of the regional or global balance of power. Accordingly, the navy will play a role in the state mechanisms. Maritime diplomacy can be cooperative, persuasive, coercive or hybrid. ...Read more

 

pak21Musa Khan Jalalzai
(Foreign and Strategic Affairs analyst)

Copyright@ 2022 Musa Khan Jalalzai – South Asian Intelligence Review (SAIR) Published at RIEAS (www.rieas.gr) on 13 February 2022.

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Pakistan is wobbling on the brink. The scimitar of jihadist ideology of the country’s military establishment is trying its level best to destabilize the neighboring countries of India and Afghanistan. The Army and intelligence agencies lack a clear and long-term national security approach. The country’s domestic policy is in dire straits.... Read more

 

taiwan42Copyright: @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 25 November 2021

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"As we all know that the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) was established with the purpose of ensuring and promoting the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal police authorities and serves as the world’s largest platform for police cooperation.

However, political interference has led to Taiwan’s exclusion from INTERPOL for years, creating a huge gap in the international security network and causing concern for law and order in countries across the globe.... Read more

 

bureuacracy28Raagini Sharma
(RIEAS Senior Analyst)

Copyright @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 27 March 2021

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1. Abstract

In the modern era, most nations are run by two main actors: lawmakers who come to power by public votes and designate bureaucrats. The partnership between politics and administration defines the extent of a country's legitimacy. Bureaucracy should act as a box in which the electorate's needs and wishes are collated, analysed, and translated into measured actions and meaningful policies. However, it is an ideal situation as there are several bad and wrong policies implemented. There is always a peril that looms largely of bureaucracy becoming corrupt, being too assertive or defunct being spineless. This paper analyses the role of bureaucrats of two countries, India and Pakistan and how the various pillars of government have shaped the characters of both countries' bureaucracy and how real is the power of bureaucrats? Historical research is used to demonstrate redemptive analysis, assessment and present state of policy matters... Read more

 

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