About Jeevan Vipinachandran

Jeevan Vipinachandran is a political analyst and writer, specialising in political violence and counter-terrorism. He graduated from LSE with a Masters in Comparative Politics: Conflict Studies. He has written for the Conservative Friends of India, Future Foreign Policy and the Times of Israel. Regular updates can be found on Twitter on @jeevanvc and www.jeevanvc.com. He also has a lifestyle and business website at www.my-wise-owl.com.

Covid-19: India’s Gain, China’s Pain

By |2020-07-20T18:33:49+01:0020th July, 2020|

Coronavirus is a very strange phenomenon. It has caused all kinds of suffering and pain, and yet it also signifies potentially great positive changes in the world. One of the most significant of these changes will be the rise of India at the expense of China. It is undeniable that China’s reputation and global

The Balakot airstrike: A Historic Turning point

By |2019-04-16T15:48:56+01:0012th April, 2019|

On the early morning of Tuesday 26th February 2019, twelve Indian Air Force Mirage 2000s took off on a historic mission. Barely half an hour later, a number of powerful bombs struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp in Balakot, Pakistan, obliterating the internals of much of the camp and causing considerable casualties. The consequences

Brexit: A new path to prosperity for Britain and India?

By |2018-12-18T22:41:08+00:0018th December, 2018|

There is no consensus on such a complex and divisive issue of how Brexit will affect UK-India relations going forward. However, there can be no doubt that in a dynamic partnership such as that between Britain and India, there will be every effort to maximise the potential gains from Brexit for both countries. The