• 18 July, 2024
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THE SPIRALLING CRISIS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN GEOPOLITICS

THE SPIRALLING CRISIS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIAN GEOPOLITICS

The oft repeated idiom which we hear today that, “This is not an Era of War”, seems to have become irrelevant in the context of the overall war scenario in the World today. There are seven major conflicts happening around us, prominent amongst those being the Russia

By Maj Gen (Dr) Rajan Kochhar (Retd)
India-Spain Defence Partnership: A Growing Force for Regional Stability

India-Spain Defence Partnership: A Growing Force for Regional Stability

It’s been a little under seventy years since India established diplomatic relations with Spain. Both countries have come a long way since the opening of the Spanish embassy in New Delhi in 1956 , since then the two nations have signed several agreements and MoU’s sh

By EKAMVIR SINGH research associate
FIGHTING THE DRAGON: INDIA’S BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE WAR WITH CHINA

FIGHTING THE DRAGON: INDIA’S BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE WAR WITH CHINA

Everyone wants to climb and live on top of a mountain. But your climb and happiness on the top depends on your preparation. -General Ved Prakash Malik, Former Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army The longstanding border dispute between India and China is not merel

By SHIVANSH SINGH, research associate
Decoding Israel’s Gaza Strategy

Decoding Israel’s Gaza Strategy

Eight months after Hamas stormed across the ‘impregnable’ Israeli border defences, unleashed terror and mayhem, and took away 120 hostages, Israel’s response rages on. The attacking IDF has reduced several cities to rubble, killed over 35,000 Palestinians, includi

By Maj Gen Neeraj Bali, SM (Retd)

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India-Spain Defence Partnership: A Growing Force for Regional Stability

India-Spain Defence Partnership: A Growing Force for Regional Stability

It’s been a little under seventy years since India established diplomatic relations with Spain. Both countries have come a long way since the opening of the Spanish embassy in New Delhi in 1956 , since then the two nations have signed several agreements and MoU’s sh

By EKAMVIR SINGH research associate
FIGHTING THE DRAGON: INDIA’S BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE WAR WITH CHINA

FIGHTING THE DRAGON: INDIA’S BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE WAR WITH CHINA

Everyone wants to climb and live on top of a mountain. But your climb and happiness on the top depends on your preparation. -General Ved Prakash Malik, Former Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army The longstanding border dispute between India and China is not merel

By SHIVANSH SINGH, research associate
PRACHAND: THE HIMALAYAN GRIFFIN

PRACHAND: THE HIMALAYAN GRIFFIN

In mid-June, news channels and strategic community circles were abuzz with the news that the Ministry of Defence, Government of India, had issued an RFP for the procurement of 156 Light Combat Helicopters (90 for the Indian Army and 66 for the Indian Air Force). LCH is

By Air Marshal Anil Khosla (Retd)
Why Should Be India Considering The F-35 Fighter Jets

Why Should Be India Considering The F-35 Fighter Jets

Hours before the US Defence Secretary Robert M. Gates's visit to Beijing in January 2011 aimed at improving defence ties, China’s military conducted a test flight of a new stealth fighter jet. Surprisingly, Gates wasn’t aware of the usual Chinese military’s show o

By Cdr Sandeep Dhawan (Retd)