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War against ISIS: The picture is gloomy
Nov 17, 2014

War against ISIS: The picture is gloomy

In the war against ISIS, the picture is gloomy. The ISIS is unlikely to be pushed back as long as the Coalition's War against it remains only aerial. The Iraqi troops battling them were trained by the Americans, who after spending billions of dollars on their training find they are not up to the task.

War and peace
Dec 23, 2020

War and peace

Institutions with credible commitments do not have to be created by the central government alone. They can also be developed in cooperation between id

War in Armenia: The role of the Armenian diaspora
Mar 20, 2023

War in Armenia: The role of the Armenian diaspora

The Armenian diaspora remains a significant transnational actor in the international arena as it successfully raises awareness about the existential t

War in Ukraine: The Indian Army’s silence on tanks
Dec 21, 2022

War in Ukraine: The Indian Army’s silence on tanks

IA needs to weigh on the extant debate on armour in the wake of the RA’s battlefield performance in Ukraine

War in West Asia: Expectations and trajectories for 2024
Dec 16, 2023

War in West Asia: Expectations and trajectories for 2024

With Israel’s intended strategy in the aftermath of the 7/10 attacks, the conflict is all set to go well into 2024

War on drugs: Challenges for the Punjab government
May 09, 2017

War on drugs: Challenges for the Punjab government

Most analysts agree that a dangerous mix of demand, supply and currency is responsible for Punjab’s drug menace. Punjab is both a transit point and a market for the drugs smuggled from the so-called Golden Crescent that is Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran. While the heroin produced in Afghanistan is smuggled through the 553-km-long, porous India-Pakistan border, the opium, poppy husk, charas and hashish, among other drugs, come from the neighbour

War on Terrorism has to shift focus
Aug 04, 2004

War on Terrorism has to shift focus

The 9/11 Commission Report has been made public and has, since then, witnessed intense scrutiny and commentary in the international media. The Indian media and analysts have been exceptionally vocal about its findings on Pakistan¿s possible linkages with the 9/11 attackers and conspirators.

War, peace and ‘art of the deal’ in Afghanistan
Sep 09, 2019

War, peace and ‘art of the deal’ in Afghanistan

If Trump indeed wants to resume the talks now, the Taliban will drive a much harder bargain and the terms on offer will be a lot worse than what had b

Warfighting in Space: Managing risks and seizing opportunities to avoid space weaponisation
Oct 18, 2021

Warfighting in Space: Managing risks and seizing opportunities to avoid space weaponisation

Modern military forces cannot fight and win without space, and the loss of access to vital space support for terrestrial forces dramatically raises th

Warning bells in the Maldivian economy
Dec 17, 2022

Warning bells in the Maldivian economy

It is only by reducing its unnecessary expenditure, reforming underperforming SOEs, and diversifying its economy, can Maldives mitigate its economic p

Warning from Volgograd
Jan 10, 2014

Warning from Volgograd

The bombings in Russia bring into notice the challenges which India also faces in tackling Islamic militancy. In fact, the Chechen insurgency has in the past been compared to the insurgency in Kashmir.

War’s Gendered Costs: The Story of Ukraine’s Women
Nov 02, 2022

War’s Gendered Costs: The Story of Ukraine’s Women

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine entered its eighth month in late October and shows no sign of abatement. The war has had massive consequences on Ukraine, and women and girls are bearing the disproportionate burden. The conflict has further exacerbated gender inequities that were already compounded by eight years of armed conflict in eastern Ukraine and, beginning in early 2020, by the COVID-19 pandemic. This report seeks to fill the gaps in litera

War’s Gendered Costs: रूस-यूक्रेन युद्ध का लैंगिक मूल्य:‘यूक्रेनी महिलाओं’ की दास्तान!
Dec 27, 2022

War’s Gendered Costs: रूस-यूक्रेन युद्ध का लैंगिक मूल्य:‘यूक्रेनी महिलाओं’ की दास्तान!

यूक्रेन पर रूस ने आठ माह पहले आक्रमण किया है उसके अक्टूबर

"The Great Game" 2.0: Belarus & India: The Way Forward
Oct 27, 2021

"The Great Game" 2.0: Belarus & India: The Way Forward

It is pivotal for Belarus and the world to raise awareness of how to do successful business with India

#Cyber Warfare: भारत के लिये ये ज़रूरी है कि वो अपनी साइबर युद्ध की ताक़त को बढ़ाये!
Oct 06, 2022

#Cyber Warfare: भारत के लिये ये ज़रूरी है कि वो अपनी साइबर युद्ध की ताक़त को बढ़ाये!

भारत को साइबर युद्ध को लेकर ज़्यादा सक्रिय रवैया अपनाने �

#Russia Ukraine War: युद्ध की ताज़ा स्थिती और हिंद-प्रशांत क्षेत्र पर उसका व्यापक असर
Jun 15, 2022

#Russia Ukraine War: युद्ध की ताज़ा स्थिती और हिंद-प्रशांत क्षेत्र पर उसका व्यापक असर

वर्तमान में युद्ध किस स्थिति में है एवं रूस-युक्रेन युद्�

#Ukraine War बेलारूस ने दिया रूस का साथ, अब क्या होगी नेटो की भूमिका ?
Oct 14, 2022

#Ukraine War बेलारूस ने दिया रूस का साथ, अब क्या होगी नेटो की भूमिका ?

पुतिन बेलारूस को रूस में शामिल होने के लिए दबाव बनाते रहे हैं. रूसी राष्‍ट्रपति पुतिन के इस नजरिए के बाद बेलारूस ने चीन और पश्चिम देशों के साथ निकटता भी बढ़ाई. बेलारूस नेटो स

#Ukraine War: क्‍या न्यूक्लियर हमले के लिए तैयार है रूस, बाइडेन ने आख़िर चेतावनी क्‍यों दी?
Oct 12, 2022

#Ukraine War: क्‍या न्यूक्लियर हमले के लिए तैयार है रूस, बाइडेन ने आख़िर चेतावनी क्‍यों दी?

आखिर अमेरिकी राष्‍ट्रपति बाइडेन ने क्‍यों दी विश्‍व युद्ध की चेतावनी. रूस-यूक्रेन जंग क्‍या विश्‍व युद्ध में तब्‍दील होगा. राष्‍ट्रपति पुत‍िन आखिर परमाणु जंग की धमकी क्‍�

#UkraineRussiaWar से जुड़े दो दृष्टिकोण:  कनाडाई और मैक्सिकन प्रतिक्रिया
Aug 01, 2023

#UkraineRussiaWar से जुड़े दो दृष्टिकोण: कनाडाई और मैक्सिकन प्रतिक्रिया

कनाडा ने यूक्रेन के ख़िलाफ़ रूस की आक्रामकता पर अमेरिका �

'Agreed Line of Administrative Control' can help take India-China border talks forward: former govt official
Jan 25, 2008

'Agreed Line of Administrative Control' can help take India-China border talks forward: former govt official

An 'Agreed Line of Administrative Control' in the place of the existing Line of Actual Control (LAC) could free India and China from some of current problems at the bilateral border talks, feels Mr R Swaminathan, former Secretary and Director-General (Security), Government of India.

'Democratic deficit and economic hardships': The way forward for Pakistan
Mar 20, 2022

'Democratic deficit and economic hardships': The way forward for Pakistan

With the upcoming No-Confidence vote, Pakistan finds itself further embroiled in political and economic uncertainties.

1971 war history: Some overlooked issues
Dec 27, 2011

1971 war history: Some overlooked issues

While enough has come out with regard to the 1971 India-Pakistan conflict, it is imperative to ensure that the humane side of 1971 is brought to the fore, though this may not have any bearing on policy making and future geo-political developments.

A balance of forces: The very meaning of ‘victory’ and ‘defeat’ in a war has changed. Ask the Americans
Feb 01, 2020

A balance of forces: The very meaning of ‘victory’ and ‘defeat’ in a war has changed. Ask the Americans

Even short of nuclear war, it is open to debate if India, the preponderant South Asian military power, has the capacity to beat Pakistan at this juncture.

A belligerence towards Beijing that is unsettling
May 29, 2023

A belligerence towards Beijing that is unsettling

Washington’s hostility towards Beijing may bring benefits to India, but a breakdown in China-U.S. ties would be catastrophic for the world

A conceptual analysis of Sino-Indian space deterrence and space warfighting
Apr 24, 2017

A conceptual analysis of Sino-Indian space deterrence and space warfighting

This paper evaluates the importance of a space military strategy for India against China. It argues that in light of China’s advances in space weapons, New Delhi needs to seriously consider developing at least a limited menu of space weapons and integrate them into India’s defence posture. It draws on conceptual literature on nuclear deterrence, air power and sea power to show that space weapons, at least some variants, are usable military in

A lesson for India in the wars going on overseas
Mar 01, 2024

A lesson for India in the wars going on overseas

People living far away from zones of global conflict may underestimate their stake in the violence but it’s important to learn from the current moment of reckoning faced by the West.

A new Cold War
Mar 06, 2018

A new Cold War

Both the US and Russia have been developing a range of new weapons over the past decade and a half — recent developments have prompted the Russians to highlight their “achievements”.

A new frontier: Space warfare
Feb 27, 2024

A new frontier: Space warfare

Recent reports about Russia's experiments with new space technology have set off alarm bells in countries worldwide

A Reluctant Warrior
Jul 29, 2005

A Reluctant Warrior

Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's address to the nation on July 22 - as the people of London reeled from a second series of blasts at underground train stations - betrayed a sense of anxiety, a clear shift to address the Islamic community and an unwitting admission of failure in the war on terrorism.Wilson John

A season of 'warnings' in the Asia-Pacific
Aug 18, 2016

A season of 'warnings' in the Asia-Pacific

political warnings are part of a state’s predisposition for regime survival.

A war within a war: Sexual violence as a weapon of war
Mar 23, 2022

A war within a war: Sexual violence as a weapon of war

Can we achieve gender equality when sexual violence is still a weapon of war?

A withdrawal agreement and the continuing Afghan war
Feb 25, 2020

A withdrawal agreement and the continuing Afghan war

A ‘reduction in violence’ agreement does not automatically lead to peace.

After Putin warmth at BRICS, sudden chill for Delhi
Jul 19, 2014

After Putin warmth at BRICS, sudden chill for Delhi

With much of the international fury directed at Russian President Putin for supporting rebels in eastern Ukraine, the suspects in shooting down the Malaysian airliner, Narendra Modi may soon find that there are costs associated with India's "privileged" partnership with Russia.

After US cyber revelations, China looks inwards
Sep 09, 2014

After US cyber revelations, China looks inwards

China has been cracking down on US companies for a while and the pressure has intensified after revelations that many of them have collaborated with the NSA to spy on the Internet. Google is virtually persona non grata in China now, as are Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.