Hello Zurich

ISN and Pragati are partners now

ISN Pragati

The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology’s International Relations and Security Network (ISN) aims “to create a global network of organizations working in the fields of security policy and international relations and to establish an electronic platform that collects, manages, and shares high-quality digital resources related to these fields.”

ISN and Pragati – The Indian National Interest Review became partners in May. As part of the relationship, ISN’s editors can publish any article from Pragati on their website. We got off the mark this week when they published my piece, The New Jihadis on June 13th.

24 thoughts on “Hello Zurich”

  1. It’s great Nitin. Congratulations! I am surprised they didn’t publish the really excellent cover picture. Then again may be you would have gotten in trouble with a certain electronic juggernaut! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Congrats Nitin for taking blogging to new levels. And I would like to embarrass you with some gushing praise.

    There are blogs that became popular enough to evolve into money-making dot-com operations of their own. People have demonstrated commercial viability of blogs, and for some blogging is now full-time profession.

    Your contribution to the field of blogging however is the novel idea that it is possible to build an ecosystem of sorts around theme-based blogging — national interest in your case. I hope you’ll get due credit as a pioneer when this genre becomes commonplace in the next few years.

  3. Congratulations. I have been a long time reader of this blog.Must say that the quality and the integrity of your work has only improved. This recognition is well deserved.

  4. Folks,

    Thanks a lot for the kind words. Oldtimer got it right…I am red with embarrassment.

  5. *claps* Well deserved recognition indeed. Have been lurking around here for long now. With such passion for the subject, the work can only improve. I hope, rather am sure, more recognition will follow.

  6. Congrats, Nitin! I hope the Acorn-ISN alliance will devote itself to catching and exposing this other kind of international alliance ๐Ÿ™‚

    Alliance – in international politics, the union of two thieves who have their hands so deeply inserted in each other’s pockets that they cannot separately plunder a third.

    — Ambrose Bierce, Devil’s Dictionary

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