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Encouraging Solidarity: Advocating for Gaza and Iran to Deter Netanyahu's War Escalation

Encouraging Solidarity: Advocating for Gaza and Iran to Deter Netanyahu’s War Escalation

In the interest of the Palestinian people, and in the interest of all developing countries, whose economies are stunted by higher oil prices caused by the Gaza war, Iran should repress the urge to retaliate. The West is urging Tehran to hold its hand and not strike back against Israel for its fatal attack, albeit unacknowledged, on an Iranian embassy building in Damascus, Syria, on April 2. Not just Iran’s traditional enemies but also its traditional friends should also ask Tehran not to open another front in the ongoing deadly conflict in the Middle East. Such an attack would precisely deliver the response Israel’s beleaguered prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu has been trying to provoke.
The Israel-Hamas conflict:A call for Ceasefire

The Israel-Hamas conflict: A Call for Ceasefire

How much is enough “to rake up the conscience and comfort levels of the international community especially for USA- the sole benefactor of the Netanyahu led Israeli onslaught on the hapless and hopeless Palestinian civilians in Gaza. All norms of humanity appear to have been sacrificed for the political ambitions of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who frittered away all the sympathy and support from the world in no time after the October 7 terrorist attacks by an equally culpable Hamas.
India’s Military Diplomacy and the Way Forward

India’s Military Diplomacy and the Way Forward

Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute organized a One-Month Immersive Online Certificate Training Course on Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. On day 5 of the course Major Gen. (Dr) P K Chakravorty, VSM (Retd), a Strategic Thinker on Security Issues gave his presentation on India’s Military Diplomacy and the Way Forward.
Two months of Israel-Hamas war — It appears that after the ongoing war is over, when the objective of Hamas being destroyed or decimated achieved by the IDF, Netanyahu might agree to convert Gaza into a ‘Zone D’. With this, IDF could exercise the ‘overriding , overarching military envelope ‘ as part of politico-security arrangement with the Palestinian Authority, writes former diplomat and a keen observer of international affairs, Amb. Anil Trigunayat.

Analyzing the Two-Month Israel-Hamas Conflict: Exploring the Future Classification of Gaza as ‘Zone D

Two months of Israel-Hamas war — It appears that after the ongoing war is over, when the objective of Hamas being destroyed or decimated achieved by the IDF, Netanyahu might agree to convert Gaza into a ‘Zone D’. With this, IDF could exercise the ‘overriding , overarching military envelope ‘ as part of politico-security arrangement with the Palestinian Authority, writes former diplomat and a keen observer of international affairs, Amb. Anil Trigunayat.

As the Israel-Hamas Situation Escalates, Indian Diplomacy Feels the Strain

As tensions continue to escalate in the Middle East, diplomacy too has picked up pace with US President Joe Biden deciding to visit Israel to assess Israeli plans. After the attack on a Gaza hospital last night left 500 dead and amid reports of an impending Israeli ground offensive, there are growing concerns about the humanitarian toll and its long term costs.