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Dr Uddipan Mukherjee

Dr Uddipan Mukherjee is an author and a researcher on International Relations and security issues. He was educated at Presidency College, IIT Kharagpur, and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (Dept. of Atomic Energy, India).

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Why Is Kashmir Quiet?
Can there not be any solution in Kashmir? Can there be a referendum in Kashmir? Or that the people can decide their fate, ever? Would that be detrimental to India's [and Pakistan's for that matter] prestige in the world fora? A believer of Reali
16:20 Jun 15, 2011 PST
Libya and The UNSC Resolution
Operation Odyssey Dawn begun on Saturday, 19 March.With more than 100 Tomahawk missiles lined up along the Libyan coastline, Pentagon confirmed that American and British forces were targeting Colonel Gaddafi's air defence systems in an attempt to e
12:15 Mar 24, 2011 PST
Indo-Saudi Camaraderie: A Strategic Alliance?
This month, the Indian Army is expected to hold joint military exercises with the Royal Saudi Land Force (RSLF) in Saudi Arabia (SA). It is reported that India will also construct a mountain warfare training school there.
13:24 Mar 8, 2011 PST
Obama's India Visit: The Hidden Dimension
President Obama's November 6-9 visit to India has engendered expectations in both the camps; although for different reasons. India is expecting a friendlier America, which would help it consolidate in the world podium. And the US naturally seeks a
14:27 Oct 30, 2010 PST
Focus on the Kyrgyz Elections
International media seems to have its job cut out with regard to coverage of the upcoming elections in Kyrgyzstan on October 10. However, the ethnic crisis between the Uzbeks and the Kyrgyz still waits a proper investigation.
07:52 Oct 1, 2010 PST
Pakistan needs a Kemal Ataturk
In a recent survey conducted in Pakistan, students from the elite universities have vouched for a non-secular country. What can be the possible reasons behind such an outcome? Are there any quick-fix solutions for a stable Pakistan, not only politic
14:57 Aug 15, 2010 PST
Is the US-led NATO-ISAF War On The Way Out?
It would be an onerous task for the politicians of the respective nations to gain approval of their masses in continuing this battle which is gradually being perceived as America's fight of honour and not a real 'global war on terror.'
16:36 Aug 1, 2010 PST
When and How in Kandahar
Since McChrystal has now expectedly capitulated to his Rolling Stone misdemeanor, the American COIN (Counterinsurgency) is likely to face a stiffer challenge in Afghanistan.
11:21 Jul 21, 2010 PST
Nuclear Energy from 823 Corpses
Pakistan has displayed perfect political acumen in 2009 vis-à-vis India in handling USA. It proclaims success in the Global War on Terror and seeks a Civilian Nuclear Deal from USA.
10:26 Apr 1, 2010 PST
Brother In, Friend Out
India needs to pack its bags from Afghanistan. None of the parties want it to stay. It's just a matter of time now. Only the modalities need to be sorted out.
11:28 Mar 15, 2010 PST
Twittering the Sheikhs 'Shake'
A scholarly analysis of India's standpoint on Kashmir and cross-border terrorism might consume volumes. Our focal point here is to ask why India is keen to enjoin Saudi Arabia to solve Indo-Pak issues.
17:19 Mar 3, 2010 PST
Will The Green Turn Red in India?
The Indian authorities are just firing salvos to take on the Maoist insurgents. To what extent they are serious on the ground is hard to surmise.
13:52 Feb 15, 2010 PST
India on The Brink of a Major Showdown
The Indian authorities are facing a serious domestic security problem in the form of the rebellion launched by the armed Maoists. Apart from the cross-border terrorism, this is by far the largest security threat on its soil. Dilemma is persisting in
08:41 Jan 6, 2010 PST

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