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  • Pervasive Geopolitics, Elusive Science: The Quest for the Origins of SARS CoV-2

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    January-June 2021

    Adopting Armed Forces Ethos for National Pandemic Recovery

    The armed forces ethos and sacrificial ideology needs to be earnestly adopted by all our citizens in their individual capacities to help in faster national pandemic recovery.

    June 07, 2021

    Biological Weapons: Coronavirus, Weapon of Mass Destruction? by U.C. Jha and K. Ratnabali

    War, when all else fails. The reasons for war could be ideological or for greater control over finite resources but war invariably has violence at its epicentre. Ethics and wars have rarely been concentric in human history; therefore, wars have seen the employment of all possible means. Victory, as the ultimate aim, has forced warring sides to look at multiple options and biological weapons are one such method. Biological weapons are as old as war itself and their primitive recorded use was centuries ago.

    January-March 2021

    Tackling the Second Wave: Lessons from a Year of COVID-19

    Through effective contagion mitigation and disease control strategies, India has managed to confine the COVID-19 to a minuscule section of the population, though at great economic cost.

    March 24, 2021

    India’s Vaccine Maitri with Africa

    India’s Vaccine Maitri initiative will help African countries in the fight against the COVID pandemic and foster stronger ties based on the principle of South-South cooperation.

    March 11, 2021

    COVID-19: Projecting the National Security Dimensions of Pandemics

    National security—in its traditional sense—is associated with the protection of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of a state, as well as its critical interests abroad. However, the lethal nature of pandemics is increasingly raising scientific awareness about their national security dimensions.

    May 2020

    India’s ‘Vaccine Maitri’ Initiative

    The rapidity and selflessness with which India rolled out millions of doses of vaccines as aid despite the massive requirements of its own vaccination drive, is being particularly appreciated by world leaders and observers.

    January 29, 2021

    EU-China Relations amidst Covid Pandemic

    Public perception in the European Union (EU) has perceptibly changed against China due to its aggressive aid diplomacy and propaganda efforts during the pandemic

    January 28, 2021

    COVID-19 Vaccine and Cyber Espionage

    Cyber criminals have caused economic losses and operational disruptions to organisations involved in vaccine research and distribution.

    January 28, 2021

    The Perils of Vaccine Nationalism

    COVID-19 vaccine hoarding by wealthy nations will prolong the pandemic, and result in greater economic and social damage.

    January 04, 2021

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