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Independent Domain of China’s Cyberspace Operations

The transformation of the Chinese Military from September 2015 greatly emphasised on new Strategic Support Force (SSF), bringing about significant changes in warfighting and organizational...

The Security Situation in ‘Naya’ Jammu and Kashmir: An Year Since Abrogation of Article...

August 5, 2020, will mark the first anniversary of the abrogation of the temporary provision of Article 370 of the Constitution of India. It...

Disruptive Technologies: Impact on Warfare & Their Future in Conflicts Of 21st Century

Introduction Disruptive Technologies and how they are going to impact the emerging conflicts of the 21st century is something which every student of modern warfare...

Afghanistan: Implications of Economic Slowdown and U.S. Troop Withdrawal

Afghanistan’s economic and security outlook seemed bleak throughout 2019 due to a drought and a high frequency of Taliban attacks. The US-Taliban peace deal...

Kargil to Galwan: Has India learnt to overcome its ‘Strategic Surprises’?

The Kargil Conflict (1999) is placed among the finest manifestations of India’s military strength and strong resolve to protecting its territorial sovereignty against any...

NSA Shri Ajit Doval released the book | COVID-19 & Its Challenges: Is India...

On 24 July, National Security Advisor of India, Shri Ajit Doval met Lt Gen (Dr.) VK Ahluwalia, Director, CLAWS and Dr. Amrita Jash, Research...

Psychological Warfare of Pakistan with Respect to Jammu and Kashmir: A Case Study...

Introduction War is not always fought by weapons or military but psychologically too, where psychology is used to defeat an enemy or sway it at...

Super High Altitude Areas in Eastern Ladakh: Designing Ground Operations

The Chinese have exhibited a coercive and intimidating approach in 2020, in South and East China Seas, the Taiwan Straits, Nepal (Mt Everest), Bhutan...

Indian Media and Foreign Relations: Analysing Indian Media’s Recent Coverage of Nepal

Media and Foreign Relations A country’s foreign policies impact its cooperation with its international partners on various issues including business and trade, security, disaster management,...

Book Review | K-File

Bashir Assad is a writer and journalist based in Srinagar. He primarily writes about Kashmir, national security, and the various dynamics of the ongoing...

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