• 05 February, 2023
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Japan’s Military Resurgence – An Opportunity For India

Japan has in recent times made some transformational changes to its overall security and military policies. Any public discourse on transformation of the military policy generally faces headwinds in Japan…

By Colonel Deepak Kumar

Decoding the New National Security Policy of Japan

Japan is facing the worst security environment since the end of World War 2 in 1945. China’s unprecedented military modernization program has placed significant maritime pressure on the Senkaku islands…

Shahed-136: Challenging the Air Defence Systems

Iran has denied selling drones to Russia, but images making the rounds on social media confirm that Russian forces have attacked Ukrainian cities using Shahed-136 suicide drones made in Iran.…

By Prof (Dr) DK Pandey 

India Beware Of Copycat Chinese Air Force

In China, ‘Shanzhai’ today means imitation products that originally meant mountain stronghold. This word was originally associated with pirate factories producing duplicate products. Who knew one day, China would be…

By Cdr Sandeep Dhawan (Retd)

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Using Winter as A Weapon of War

The Russian-Ukraine Conflict (RUC) has completed nine months and heads into its tenth month. The Ukrainian Army is on the offensive, but Ukraine still has a long way to go…

By Prof (Dr) DK Pandey 

US-Pak F-16 Diplomacy : Concerns Galore

The Biden administration approved the $450 million package for Pakistan’s fighter jets’ related equipment and the F-16 fleet sustainment programme. The Pentagon’s Defence Security Cooperation Agency has confirmed that no…

By Prof (Dr) DK Pandey 

Deciphering Nancy Pelosi’s Visit to Armenia

The US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi led a Congressional delegation to Armenia on 17th September 2022. She is the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit Armenia since the Republic…

By Achal Malhotra

Eurasia Flare Up – Russian Distraction Or a Lurking World War ?

History has taught us that the nation which cannot manage its resources is bound to fail. The number of countries which are presently at logger heads with each other across…

By Levina

SCO Manifests Indian Strategic Autonomy

Indian participation at the 22nd Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization drew attention. It was a clear manifestation of India’s strategic autonomy as the SCO is widely regarded as a…

By Gurjit Singh

The Ukraine War: From Here to Where?

The dynamics of war will always remain unpredictable. In February 2022 the reputed Russian war machine was expected to flatten all resistance of the Ukrainians in a matter of days.…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Zero tolerance for terrorism in all its manifestations ‘must’: India at SCO meet

New Delhi, Jul 29 (PTI) There is an urgent need to address the global energy and food crisis triggered by disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic and the Ukraine conflict, External…

India makes cautious reaction to Russia-Ukraine grain exports deal

New Delhi, Jul 28 (PTI) In a guarded reaction to the UN-brokered grain exports agreement between Russia and Ukraine, India on Thursday said it would be welcomed by all if…