Anant Mishra

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Anant Mishra is a security analyst with expertise in counter-insurgency and counter-terror operations. His policy analysis has featured in national and international journals and conferences on security affairs.

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Assessing Washington’s “strategic and military” options in Syria

For Washington, Eastern regions around Mediterranean holds “vital strategic interests” centrally to which lies Syria, policy makers within the White House and the State...

Understanding Hezbollah’s “military engagement” in Syria: Achieving political goal or a religious drift?

Since the early 1980s, Hezbollah has been an “aggressive” politico-military actor “influencing” regional politics in the Middle East, particularly Lebanon. Its membership phenomenally grew...

Strengthening Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security (NDS): Is it equipped to counter ‘emerging’ threats?

Intelligence agencies in Afghanistan are outstandingly failing to collect information of high value beneficial for Afghan’s domestic security. Deploying under-trained and inexperienced intelligence officers...

Assessing United Nation’s commitment to “resolve conflict”: The need to re-strategize Peacekeeping missions

Numerous peacekeeping missions conducted by the UN “drastically” failed to “maintain peace and security” in the “conflict-rigged” regions. The article focuses on the peacekeeping...

Declassifying “Lone-Wolf” terrorism: Formulating a “Counter-Terror” strategy

After “extensively” analysing and assessing global nation’s counter terrorism response towards lone wolf terror attacks along with the challenges faced by domestic and external...

Assessing failures of “Humanitarian Intervention”: Finding a “non-traditional”approach

Within the context of traditional theory of international relations humanitarian intervention is referred as “intervention-from-above”, highlighting the “tactics of intervention” by various states, international...

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Strategic Significance of Djibouti: A Geopolitical Playground for Global Powers

Djibouti, a diminutive nation, is situated in one of...

China’s Emerging role in Global Security

Chinese President, has launched a Global Security Initiative, which...

The national conservatism is spreading

In the 1980s Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher built...

Gaza: Israeli advance on Rafah would have ‘dire humanitarian consequences’

An extension of Israel’s military operation in Rafah, where...
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