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China second only to US in World Military Spending: An Assessment of the SIPRI...

On 27 April 2020, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) released a data on the global military expenditure highlighting the rise to $1917...

Multi-Domain Warfare, Cross-Domain Deterrence

The concept of wars is growing ever more complicated, including all-pervasive information warfare, to applying multi-functional and multi-domain military capabilities below the threshold of...

COVID-19: How the Indian Army Is Assisting the Govt. in Battling Coronavirus

Harsh V. Pant, Director of Studies and Head of Strategic Studies Programme at ORF, in conversation with Lieutenant General Raj Shukla, Director General Perspective...

‘Fighting Dirty’ Through Pandemics and Lockdowns

Blue Land has long standing territorial disputes with Red Land and Yellow Land over the past many decades. A highly infectious pandemic has broken...

Pandemic as a ‘Window of Opportunity’ for Terrorists

Introduction The world is today fighting an invisible enemy that has brought almost the entire human race to a standstill. Streets have beendeserted , daily...

Operation ‘Randori Behak’ on 4 and 5 April 2020: Need for a Network Centric...

The Case (As reported in the print media) “Army Killed ultras in a hand to hand combat” reported ‘Times of India” (ToI) Dated 7 April...

Stranded Diaspora in UAE: Will India cope up with the return migration?

Recalling what in mankind’s history is known as the biggest civilian evacuation during the 1990 Gulf War, as almost 1,70,000 Indians were airlifted from...

Pakistan And COVID-19 Conundrum

The Covid-19 or as Novel Coronavirus which originated from Wuhan in December 2019 has converted the hospitals worldwide into a war zone. In past...

The Importance of Strategic Communication

Strategic communication became popular as a term, about three decades ago, from the times of the First Iraq War (1990-1991). Strategic communication is a...

Is China a Responsible Stakeholder?- Revisiting Zoellick’s Idea under COVID-19 Crisis

In September 2005, then United States Deputy Secretary of State Robert B. Zoellick, in his address to the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations titled “Whither...

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