G G Dwivedi

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  • Maj. Gen. G. G. Dwivedia (Retd.) has served as Defence Attaché in China, Mongolia and North Korea; has commanded a Division in the North East; and is currently Professor of International Studies at Aligarh Muslim University.

    Singapore Summit: North East Asia Set for Strategic Realignment

    While the US may be able to ensure the security of its homeland, it is bound to gradually yield strategic space to China in the region. All said, prevailing alignments in the region are in for a definite reset.

    June 22, 2018

    Historic Summit at Panmunjom

    While the recent Korean Summit marks the beginning of the new era, to achieve lasting peace will require intense diplomatic efforts.

    May 04, 2018

    Xi Sets China on a New Long March

    Xi rides the Dragon which is externally formidable but internally fragile. He is aware of the consequences of his policies going awry.

    March 14, 2018

    Renewed Mandate from Heaven: Xi Unfolds Grand Strategy for China’s Long March

    Xi envisions China as a key player in shaping the new global order with Chinese characteristics. His grand strategy is in consonance with the Chinese strategic culture of ‘thinking deep and far’

    November 10, 2017

    Lull at Doklam: Time for a Holistic Strategic Review

    While the crisis has been defused for the time being, the probability of a future flare up cannot be ruled out. A holistic strategic review ought to be carried out over a wide spectrum and in a multi-dimensional manner with specific timelines.

    October 06, 2017

    Doklam, China’s Strategic Calculus and India’s Policy Options

    To effectively cope with the PRC’s hostile attitude, India needs to reduce the power asymmetry, articulate a clear security policy based on a realistic threat assessment, reorganise the military, and revamp the border management mechanism.

    August 11, 2017

    The People’s Liberation Army at Ninety – Poised for a ‘Great Leap’

    The People’s Liberation Army at Ninety

    It will take some time before the PLA can claim to be a modern military, at par with Western armies, capable of undertaking extended global missions. But the PLA is poised for a “Giant Leap”, and that is bound to dramatically change the ‘balance of power’ dynamics.

    August 07, 2017

    China’s Dam Building Spree in Tibet: Strategic Implications and India’s Options

    India needs to address the issue of water sharing with China in a comprehensive manner that includes both national and international initiatives.

    October 21, 2016

    Calibrated Responses: The Way Forward for Defeating Proxy War

    Through a pragmatic strategy coupled with national will, India should undertake calibrated responses to defeat Pakistan’s proxy war game plan with a view to making its misadventures prohibitively costly and unsustainable.

    September 23, 2016

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