• 14 July, 2024
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Taiwan blasts Russia’s foreign minister for calling it an ‘integral part’ of China

Taipei [Taiwan], April 12 (ANI): Taiwan slammed Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov for calling it an "integral part of China" and said that the "Chinese Communist Party regime has never…

Taiwan says it detected 10 Chinese military aircraft, 7 naval vessels around nation

Taipei [Taiwan], April 10 (ANI): Taiwan's Ministry of National Defence (MND) has announced that it has detected ten Chinese military aircraft and seven naval vessels around Taiwan between 6 am…

NATIONAL SECURITY WISHLIST: SOME EXAMPLES FROM CHINA

Fernand Braudel, academic and historian of the early 20th Century, is widely credited with the statement that “The geography of a region plays a significant role in shaping its history.”…

By Brigadier Sanal Kumar (Retd)

INDIA’S EMERGING PUSHBACK AGAINST CHINA: HOW RISK PRONE IS THIS GAMBLE?

By now the backdrop is clear and almost getting stale. Yet, it may be worth recalling the sincerity with which India recommenced its engagement with Xi Jinping’s China soon after…

By Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)

Taiwan: China’s Achilles Heel

By enacting a national security law in 2020, China swiftly took away Hong Kong from the overreach of the Western powers. It was a rude awakening. While China didn’t keep…

By Cdr Sandeep Dhawan (Retd)

Semiconductors For Self-Reliance In Aerospace Manufacturing

The initiative on Self-reliance and Atmanirbhar Bharat has propelled the Indian defence industry towards higher pursuits and undertaking ambitious projects. The Indian defence industry, specifically the aerospace industry, has paved…

By Air Vice Marshal Samir Borade, VSM (Retd)

The Chinese Intransience During Foreign Ministers’ Meet At Goa SCO Summit

Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in September 2022 at Samarkand, Uzbekistan resulted in China accepting withdrawal from Gorga-Hot Spring Area (PP-15) on the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the…

By Maj Gen Ashok Kumar (Retd)

Indo-Pacific : Scramble For Dominance And Role Of Air Power

In the New World Order, Indo-Pacific is emerging as a strategically integrated arena of competition and cooperation. The rise of China; beyond the South China Sea, across the Indian and…

By Air Cmde SP Singh (Retd)

Ukraine Has Raised, Not Lowered, Risks Of A China-Taiwan Conflict

On April 2, Fareed Zakaria did an interview for CNN with Admiral W M McRaven (retd) of the US Navy, introducing him as being among the finest military minds in…

By Prof Madhav Das Nalapat

‘Armed Co-Existence’ Redux: Analysing The Cost For China

When the Chinese decided to plan a ‘counterattack’ against India in 1962, the biggest hurdle faced by the PLA was the problem of mobilisation for a “People’s war”. Accustomed to…

By Maj Gen Mandip Singh (Retd)

Lessons For India: From Russia And China With Love

In January 2022, I predicted the exact timeline of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The United States was the only country that was making noise about the imminent Russian attack on Ukraine.…

By Cdr Sandeep Dhawan (Retd)

India’s Three Wars

On January 18, 2023, Chinese President Xi Jinping held a video conversation with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) troops. He inspected the combat readiness of the troops stationed at Kunjirap…

By Cdr Sandeep Dhawan (Retd)