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Security backsliding for US in Sahel
Aug 02, 2023

Security backsliding for US in Sahel

The recent coup in Niger potentially places the United States in a security muddle

Security challenges remain
Jan 02, 2015

Security challenges remain

With NATO's combat mission in Afghanistan finally coming to an end this past week, the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) will now be responsible for security throughout the country.

Security compromised
Nov 07, 2019

Security compromised

India’s claims to being a legitimate power in cyberspace have come under doubt following two recent revelations

Security implications of climate change: The case of permafrost thaw
May 12, 2021

Security implications of climate change: The case of permafrost thaw

In addition to environmental consequences, permafrost thaw carries significant and multi-faceted security implications — direct and indirect, ongoin

Security in India's Neighborhood: The View from Washington
Mar 14, 2005

Security in India's Neighborhood: The View from Washington

In a talk jointly organized by ORF ORF Chennai and Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Madras on March 14, 2005, at the University of Madras, ORF Chennai,

Security Nexus: ‘तक़नीक, जल और सुरक्षा का ताना बाना’
Jan 09, 2023

Security Nexus: ‘तक़नीक, जल और सुरक्षा का ताना बाना’

उभरती हुई टेक्नोलॉजी और चौथी औद्योगिक क्रांति, क्या भारत

#Cyber Security: क्वॉन्टम युग में साइबर सुरक्षा
Jul 31, 2023

#Cyber Security: क्वॉन्टम युग में साइबर सुरक्षा

क्वॉन्टम कम्प्यूटिंग और तकनीक के युग में अपने साइबर संसा

#Cyber Security: राष्ट्रीय सुरक्षा में जियोस्पेशियल डेटा की अहमियत की पड़ताल
Jul 31, 2022

#Cyber Security: राष्ट्रीय सुरक्षा में जियोस्पेशियल डेटा की अहमियत की पड़ताल

जियोस्पेशियल डेटा के नियमन से जुड़ी क़वायद को समझदारी से

'Trilateral Maritime Security Initiative' has potential for future
Jul 29, 2013

'Trilateral Maritime Security Initiative' has potential for future

The trilateral maritime cooperation initiative by India, Maldives and Sri Lanka, and the Outcome Document signed recently by the NSAs of the three countries, has the potential for further improving naval ties in the shared Indian Ocean Neighbourhood.

A case for India-Australia climate and human security cooperation in the Pacific Islands
May 16, 2023

A case for India-Australia climate and human security cooperation in the Pacific Islands

While both India and Australia aim to consolidate their strategic presence in the region, the development of security in the Pacific through aid and d

A check over of the U.S.’s much anticipated National Security Strategy
Oct 31, 2022

A check over of the U.S.’s much anticipated National Security Strategy

The release of the National Defense Strategy, the Nuclear Posture Review and the Missile Defense Review reinforces the central message of the Biden administration’s National Security Strategy, which focuses on the current decade as being a ‘decisive’ one

A Consequence-based Approach Is Needed for Space Security
Oct 20, 2023

A Consequence-based Approach Is Needed for Space Security

With consensus on legal measures remains elusive, a behavior-based approach is a good first step. A consequence-based approach to dealing with interference in space is a step further. 

A new approach to global security: Munich Security Conference meets in New Delhi
Oct 20, 2015

A new approach to global security: Munich Security Conference meets in New Delhi

The Munich Security Conference Core Group Meeting is beginning in New Delhi from Tuesday. Around 70 senior decision-makers from politics, business, media and civil society from India, as well as the Euro-Atlantic, Asian and the Middle East region will discuss key issues of international security policy.

A new edge in global stability: What does space security entail for states?
Oct 13, 2021

A new edge in global stability: What does space security entail for states?

The recent multiplication of space actors, whether States or non-government entities, as well as assets and activities, became a game-changer for law-

A new high in Japan’s security ties with Taiwan
Jul 09, 2021

A new high in Japan’s security ties with Taiwan

With the new Japan–US understanding on Taiwan, Tokyo–Taipei ties have reached a new high in the area of security.

A roadmap for sustainable food security
Apr 26, 2021

A roadmap for sustainable food security

Given the rapidly growing population, resource constraints and climate change concerns, accompanied by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic — it is

Abe's decision could mark a turning point in security policy
Jul 09, 2014

Abe's decision could mark a turning point in security policy

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's recent decision to reinterpret the Japanese constitution to exercise the right of collective self-defence is truly significant and could mark a turning point in Japan's security policy in the coming years.

Actualising US-India cooperation on homeland security
Nov 27, 2019

Actualising US-India cooperation on homeland security

New Delhi and Washington must seek the compartmentalisation of homeland security cooperation by delinking progress on HSPD-6 agreement from divergence

Addressing Africa’s food insecurity during India’s G20 presidency
May 25, 2023

Addressing Africa’s food insecurity during India’s G20 presidency

Given the influence that the G20 has on global governance issues, India can help initiate a global response to address Africa’s food insecurity

Afghanistan: Costs and concerns of the Taliban as a security provider
Jun 05, 2023

Afghanistan: Costs and concerns of the Taliban as a security provider

Before engaging with the Taliban on counterterrorism, the global community needs to realise that this move will have both political limitations and re

Afghanistan: Security derailing work in the mining sector
Nov 18, 2013

Afghanistan: Security derailing work in the mining sector

India's most significant investment project in Afghanistan has been the Hajigak mines in Bamiyan province. A Steel Authority of India Ltd-led consortium of six companies had won the rights to extract iron ore from the mines in 2011.

Afghanistan: what price tag do we put on strategic security?
Feb 05, 2019

Afghanistan: what price tag do we put on strategic security?

India might end up paying a big price for its strategic myopia in Afghanistan.

Agenda for the new Govt: Reform and restructure the national security system
May 19, 2014

Agenda for the new Govt: Reform and restructure the national security system

Across Asia, there is a great demand for India to play a more active role, one befitting its size and interests. But, whenever push comes to shove, we run up against two problems-first, our economy that lacks heft and second, our military which unable to play a role outside our borders.

AI risks for international peace and security
Jan 31, 2024

AI risks for international peace and security

AI already presents major risks for international peace and security. We must address the dangers of misuse.

Ajit Doval's new job description won't change India's national security management
Oct 15, 2018

Ajit Doval's new job description won't change India's national security management

Making the NSA the chairman of the Strategic Policy Group of the National Security Council could be part of an effort to paper over the real problems relating to the dysfunctional defence system.

An ecosystemic delineation of food security for South Asia
Dec 23, 2020

An ecosystemic delineation of food security for South Asia

Human economic ambitions have led to such interventions over the natural ecosystem that it has impaired the ecosystem processes and the capacity of ec

An Indo-Pacific security network is only now emerging
Dec 13, 2022

An Indo-Pacific security network is only now emerging

By integrating its formal allies to enhance cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, the US is setting a new networked security architecture

Are election duties compromising border security?
Jan 10, 2022

Are election duties compromising border security?

The large deployment of border security forces for elections could jeopardise national security

Are Nuclear Weapons Gaining New Salience in National Security Strategies?
Jun 18, 2021

Are Nuclear Weapons Gaining New Salience in National Security Strategies?

Nuclear states are clearly planning for the long-term future of their nuclear capabilities.

Asian Military Spending: A sign of worsening security environment
Mar 04, 2021

Asian Military Spending: A sign of worsening security environment

With no guarantee that the security environment in the Indo-Pacific will settle down any time soon, the expectation is that military spending will continue to increase.

Asian Security: Need for a Collective Approach
Jun 23, 2006

Asian Security: Need for a Collective Approach

Asia has been the fountain of the greatest and some of the most ancient civilizations and religions of the world and possesses enormous human and natural resources. However, in modern history, the continent has seldom been at the centre-stage of world politics. Indeed, unlike Africans, for example, Asian citizens have never really had a feeling of oneness.

Assessing the British Proposal on Space Security
Dec 11, 2020

Assessing the British Proposal on Space Security

The U.K. proposal emphasizes a bottom-up approach and stresses trust-building. It’s a critical first step.

AUKUS and the Eastern Indo-Pacific’s Evolving Security Architecture
Aug 14, 2023

AUKUS and the Eastern Indo-Pacific’s Evolving Security Architecture

The formation of AUKUS (a security alliance between Australia, the UK, and the US) and its likely forward momentum in the near- and medium-term is certain to redefine the security architecture in the eastern Indo-Pacific region. Given the twin objectives of maintaining the balance of power and ensuring deterrence against China, several new initiatives and defence agreements between the member countries are on the anvil. The interface of A

Beckoning Frontiers: Virgin Vistas for Indian Security
Jan 19, 2004

Beckoning Frontiers: Virgin Vistas for Indian Security

A second Green Revolution is in the offing given the recent announcements by the central government. The highlight of Finance minister Mr Jaswant Singh¿s January 9 pre-poll sops was the setting up of a Rs. 50,000 crore Agriculture Infrastructure and Credit Fund, to be operational in four weeks and providing end use credit at 200 base points below PLR.

Beefing up cybersecurity for India’s energy transition
Oct 07, 2023

Beefing up cybersecurity for India’s energy transition

To create a world-class clean energy ecosystem in India that is safe, all stakeholders must work collectively to develop all critical components and a