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Its been four months since the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan and the situation has gradually become from bad to worse. The game of balancing between instability and stability witnessed a major twist when ISIS-K started to increase their hold in Afghanistan.
In the recent past, we have seen China and Taiwan tussle soaring to high temperature when China as usual exercised the show off military tactics against Taiwan by sending multiple fighter jets in the Taiwan defense airspace and thereby violating it. However, there is a lot to assess in the heated tussle between Taiwan and China.
It seems that Joe Biden has now stuck in new crises after Afghanistan mess and this time the crises comes from its one of the closest ally- France.
The Spy Chiefs Meet has started to give a ripping effect in the security domain especially the regional one because this meet has taken place in a backdrop where security environment of global security structure especially South Asia’s regional security structure is in a disturbed state.
The falling of Afghanistan and US washing hands of Afghanistan has put the whole global order and international system into anxieties.
History Repeats Itself and for Afghanistan history repeated itself after 20 years when Taliban took over Afghanistan. Now how dynamics of International Politics and its effects to two major players of South Asia.
Amidst the current developing geopolitical anxieties S. Jaishankar is seen visiting Tehran almost frequently ever since the new president has been elected. New Delhi’s increase in growing proximity with Tehran has again started ripples in Indo-Iran relationship.
As the Taliban is stepping up its grip and offensive in Afghanistan all stakeholders and regional power have again come on the table for Afghanistan but India is not included or invited for participating in these talks for the second time in the row.
In this growing world of Arms and Defence Technologies, every country mostly the superpowers are signing Arms and Defence Deals to enhance their capabilities to compete in this showdown of dominance and International Politics. But the two real questions are how psychological war is more deadly than a bullet? and do we need to fight every war with Arms?