Saad Javid Satti

  • The homogenising sequel of globalisation has been aptly described by Thomas Friedman as the ‘flattening of the world’ due to the presence of porous borders across the globe. In light of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1991 “the walls came down and the windows went up” and ...

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  • The hegemonic machinations of the Indian foreign Ministry, India’s antagonistic behavior with its immediate neighbours and ‘Chankyapuri’, which is the un-orthodox name of the Diplomatic enclave in New Delhi, in toto, point towards the obsession of the Indian Policy makers with ...

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