Asia Times | India, China and contours of the Asian Century | Article

These two giants share a common interest in the rise of a multipolar world but they need to overcome decades of mutual lack of trust to achieve a shared vision of peace — Read on http://www.asiatimes.com/2019/10/opinion/india-china-and-contours-of-the-asian-century/

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History of Geopolitics: theories and types of geopolitics

https://youtu.be/nIGtsP3oJzI In this presentation we look at the development of geopolitics as a concept and practice. The concept emerged in the beginning of the 20th century, as Geopolitik. (For a preview of the contents of this lecture see: https://youtu.be/P56NoTi0L80). Over decades of global diplomacy and international politics it was interpreted and developed by scholars from … Continue reading History of Geopolitics: theories and types of geopolitics

The Deep History of Civilisation: the blue emerald of the Indus

In the high mountainous knot of the Pamirs in South Central Asia, in the Badakhshan region of north eastern Afghanistan, there is a small cave on the side of the hill. On approaching closer, one might hear the clink-clink of rock striking rock; one might see that the inside of the cave is lit with … Continue reading The Deep History of Civilisation: the blue emerald of the Indus

The Great Queen Semiramis of Assyria (800 BC) : from Biblitheca Historica

http://www.youtube.com/watch Before Alexander the Great (c 356-320 BC) marched to the frontiers of India through the wreck of the Persian Empire; before Cyrus the Great (c 600-530 BC), the first Emperor of the Persians conquered those frontier lands, there was the legendary queen Semiramis - who led the first recorded invasion from the West into … Continue reading The Great Queen Semiramis of Assyria (800 BC) : from Biblitheca Historica