A War That Nobody Wants

The tensions are common whenever North Korea tests any missiles or the US-South Korea engage in military drills, but this time it escalated quickly. In the midst of speech battles and power flexing in the pacific, one thing that is often stressed is how expecting a North Korean reach to American soil is gross trepidation. But Kim’s missiles don’t actually need to hit America, any attack on South Korea… Read More A War That Nobody Wants

Investigation into Immigration

Going by the political rhetoric, if there is one word that has shaped the current elections around the globe, it is Immigration. Be it Syrian Refugee Crisis, East-European Immigrant Rejection (also known as Brexit), or the well documented Mexican-American Friendship Memorial (known as Border Wall), Xenophobia has never been more influential in shaping global politics.… Read More Investigation into Immigration

Silence before the Storm: The Introspection of an All-in-one app

China’s Stride The last 5 decades was a time when America and Britain were the only bearers of technological innovation while the rest of the world was just responsible for somehow catching up to them after a decade or so. One country, china, made their entire development stride just by copying the western innovations. Fast… Read More Silence before the Storm: The Introspection of an All-in-one app

India’s Scope in the Chinese Slowdown

China’s difficulties. Is it India’s opportunity? There seems a misplaced notion prevalent in India, and it was much in evidence in the Prime Minister’s interaction with Indian industrialists on September 15. It is that China’s slowdown means an opportunity for India. Even the CEA Arvind Subramaniam, though somewhat circumspect, says: “Cheap oil will help our… Read More India’s Scope in the Chinese Slowdown