DMPQ- Discuss the threats posed by external state actors for India’s internal security.

China China has provided financial support, arms and sanctuaries to Naga, Mizo and Meitei extremist’s right since the British Period. The military encroachments and conflict of 1962, India was defeated and became psychologically weak. Since then, China has been astutely following a policy of strategic containment of India by regional coalitions and arming India’s neighbours … Read more

DMPQ- . What was Euro zone crisis? Point out the structural problems associated with the crisis.

Earlier, European Union represented one economic market as an economic union with free  trade with each other. The Euro zone came into existence with the signing of Maastricht  treaty signed during 1992, of a monetary union, one central bank and single currency,  replacing country specific currencies in the European Union. As a result, the Euro … Read more

DMPQ- Do you agree that Non alignment movement is quickly becoming irrelevant in india’s foreign policy.

. The working of the foreign policy of India since the 1990s has resulted in a happy note with the simultaneous expansion of good relations with the all major powers, growing importance in Asia and the Indian Ocean regions and growing importance in the international system. India is bound to change according to world politics … Read more

DMPQ- . Discuss the challenges India faces in implementing it’s ‘neighbourhood first’ policy.

Within South Asia, Modi government framed a Neighbourhood First policy to signal India’s commitment to regional connectivity. From a policy of strategic insulation and neglect during much of the Cold War, and a reluctant embrace of regionalism thereafter, India’s regional policy has now shifted irreversibly towards strengthening cross-border relations. An Indian connectivity strategy must be … Read more

DMPQ- How does Great power politics affect India’s security interests in Indian ocean ?

The extension of India’s strategic posture into the Indian Ocean littoral creates opportunities and challenges associated with its increasing contact and influence across a broader area. As described above, China appears to be pursuing a policy of encirclement of India, relying upon its military advantage along the Sino–Indian border and its ‘all-weather friendship’ with Pakistan. … Read more

DMPQ- What is Gilgit-Baltistan conflict? Critically evaluate the geostrategic importance of the region.

The Gilgit Baltistan was a region of princely state of Jammu Kashmir ruled by Maharaja Hari Singh. Before independence; a rebellion occurred and rebels established an independent rule for a short time. After that; keeping view of the Muslim predominance in the region; it has been merged with Pakistan. The significance of Gilgit and Baltistan … Read more

DMPQ- . Explain the types of subsidies categorized in WTO (World trade centre).

The Anti dumping agreement defines two categories of subsidies: prohibited and actionable. It originally contained a third category: non-actionable subsidies. This category existed for five years, ending on 31 December 1999, and was not extended. The agreement applies to agricultural goods as well as industrial products, except when the subsidies are exempt under the Agriculture … Read more

DMPQ- Explain the Global counter terrorism strategy adopted by United Nations General assembly.

The UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy  is a unique global instrument to enhance national, regional and international efforts to counter terrorism. Through its adoption by consensus in 2006, all UN Member States agreed the first time to a common strategic and operational approach to fighting terrorism. The Strategy does not only send a clear message that … Read more

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