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Saikat Bhattacharyya

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Saikat Bhattacharya is Kolkata based Indian Research Scholar who currently attached with Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Interplay of Indian Identities

Indian cultural, racial, linguistic and religious diversities are indeed unique feature in itself, but in fact, understanding is important that how these identities interplay among themselves and keep in power to undermine others.  Ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party BJP’s Hindutva politics is mainly popular in...

Social Engineering for Multi-Polar Silk Road (Part-III)

Creating a Multi-Polar New Silk Road Manifesto Post 2007 Financial Crisis After financial crisis of 2007, western world starts facing debt and demographic crisis. The four decades of less than replacement fertility rate created an aging society across the industrial world. Western ruling class is trying...

Social Engineering for Multi-Polar Silk Road (Part-II)

Western Ideologies in Post World War II Era Post World War II So it can be said that as liberalism fell into crisis by early 20th century, communism spread in non-western countries, social democracy rose in western countries victorious in World War I and fascism-national socialism...

Social Engineering for Multi-Polar Silk Road (Part-I)

Western Ideologies up to World War II The neo-liberal globalist society that came into being after fall of Soviet Union is now in deep crisis. Its economy is already in shatters and its international geopolitical arrangements are also tearing apart. Election results favoring Brexit and...

When Empire becomes Liability!

For President Trump, U.S. empire, is not more then a liability. Empire just goes on making the country indebted and de-industrialised. While Trump does not want a system where U.S. spends public exchequer to protect others and get cheap credit in return. The credit,...

Belt-Road Initiative: Three Years On

Since the launch of Belt-Road initiative (BRI) at Bao Forum in October, 2013 up-till now numbers of countries that have embraced BRI have gone up from 60 to 110. As many as 29 countries of Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America sent their heads...

Bangladesh: Falling into India’s Periphery

Amid the Cold War, Bangladesh came into existence as result of 1971 India-Pakistan war. Along with the domestic factors, external players contributed to dis-integrate Pakistan as Soviet Union supported India with full strength while United State kept with Pakistan half-heartedly. Since India supported the...

The Rise of Hindu Fascism

Rise of Modi to the helm of power in democratic India is not much different from the rise of Hitler to the power in Germany which also took place under democratic electoral system. But rise of Hindu Fascism is not all of sudden in...

Geo-Economics of Bengal in Belt-Road

Since the Bangladesh, China, India, Myanmar (BCIM) Corridor was conceived to revive the south-western trade route of the ancient Southern Silk Road, claimed to be the shortest possible route between China and India, Geo-economic significance of the West Bengal has been multiplied, likely to...

Dwindling West and Alt-Right Hike   

As West is plagued with economic stagnation, indebtedness, lack of required jobs and demographic crisis made symptoms of civilization’s downfall vivid, after the domination of more than 500 years. Alternative Right Movement, emerged as trademark  for ultra nationalist, white racists grabbed much attention during the American...

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