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The Afghan war and its geopolitical implications for India

The Afghan war and its geopolitical implications for India

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Published by Manohar Publishers & Distributors in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Afghanistan,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • United States Army -- History -- 21st century -- Congresses.,
    • Afghan war, 2001- -- Congresses.,
    • Geopilitics -- India -- Congresses.,
    • Afghanistan -- History, Military -- 21st century -- Congresses.

    • About the Edition

      Contributed papers presented at a seminar held at the Academy of Third World Studies of Jamia Millia Islamia.

      Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Salman Haidar.
      GenreCongresses.
      ContributionsHaidar, Salman., Academy of Third World Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS371.412 .A35 2004
      The Physical Object
      Pagination197 p. ;
      Number of Pages197
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3335769M
      ISBN 108173045585
      LC Control Number2004326199


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Implications for India. A sharper geopolitical competition in the region could also adversely impact the overall sub-systemic stability in the region. India By George Friedman. Days after the Pakistanis closed their borders to the passage of fuel and supplies for the NATO-led war effort in Afghanistan, for very different reasons the Russians threatened to close the alternative Russia-controlled Northern Distribution Network (NDN).The dual threats are significant even if they don't materialize.

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What has become evident is that Trump will not venture on the path of engaging the ”good Taliban” while shunning the ”bad Taliban” as Obama was keen to   It is also worth highlighting that women remain significantly underrepresented in the Afghan National Forces at under 1%, in comparison to the NATO average of % and in India the army has 3% women, the Navy % and the Air Force % (it was only in that India opened up fighter pilot training to women).

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Introduction Geographical transcontinentalism and dualism in Russia’s self-perception have played an important role in shaping its identity and engagement with Europe and ://   ISI’s coercive policy and proxy war in Afghanistan to attain its geopolitical goals has resulted in an unending stream of violence in the post 9/11 period, to remain relevant in the face of US The geopolitical interest on Afghanistan is due to its geographical location and the drug trafficking and the terrorist threat.

which would serve as a guarantee for ending the civil war and contribute to the unimpeded exit of the American contingent.

However, such a Washington strategy was unsuccessful, since the parties to the Afghan   Negotiations between the Afghan government delegation, comprising government officials and civil society leaders, and the Taliban started last week in Doha, Qatar.

Representatives from the. The reunification of the 'Pakistani Taliban' and its regional implications. Zia Ur Rehman Pakistan's security establishment has been on its toes, since the war generated a far-reaching security crisis not only for Kabul but also for Islamabad. Afghan peace ://India had not been part of the talks between the Taliban and the stakeholders in Afghanistan despite having sizable investments in post-war Afghanistan.

This has made India vulnerable to the changing power dynamics within the country, and with the China factor in play, it may appear that may lose influence in another neighborhood country to its   China's geopolitical objectives are three-fold, to contain the separatism in Xinjiang, to create a southern connectivity for Central Asian and northern Afghanistan mineral resources, and calibrate India's South Asian dominance with its hegemony over the Af-Pak region (Clarke, ).

This paper looks into the China's Afghanistan policy (CAP) and