• 26 May, 2024
Foreign Affairs, Geopolitics & National Security

India’s maritime force

Rising Rivalry in the Indian Ocean

As two major emerging powers, India and China are maritime-oriented nation-states. New Delhi and Beijing have a unique set of vested interests in the Indian Ocean region (IOR). Geostrategic supremacy…

By Jay Maniyar

Infrastructure in the Deep Peninsula for National Security and Self-reliance

A Swarajya report https://swarajyamag.com/infrastructure/vo-chidambaranar-port-to-expand-with-rs-7200-crore-project-to-compete-with-colombo-and-singapore-as-transhipment-hub  about VOC port in Thoothukkudi (Tuticorin), Tamil Nadu, and its plans to expand into a container trans-shipment port was interesting. It reminded me of a plan…

By Rajeev Srinivasan

Sardar KM Panikkar : A Maritime Visionary

A great historian, statesman, educationist, diplomat, journalist and bilingual writer, Kavalam Madhava Panikkar (1895-1963) has been consigned to history as having given the wrong advice to Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru…

By TP Sreenivasan

Integrated Theatre Commands: India Needs to Think Big

Integrated Theatre Commands: India Needs to Think Big Cdr Sandeep Dhawan (Retd) The United States was the first country to start working on the concept of jointmanship among all the…

Why India Needs a Blue Water Navy

Why India Needs a Blue Water Navy For eons it has been a proven fact that a maritime state enjoys greater economic benefits as compared to a land-locked one. A…