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Book Review | Hybrid Warfare: The Changing Character Of Conflict

Through centuries, key stakeholders in the defence and security arena have waged wars through multiple means against their respective adversaries. Various factors functioning in...

The Rise of Open Source Intelligence: Impact to the security and public discourses

Introduction: As the skies in Nagorno Karabakh were grim with Azeri UAVs (Unmanned Ariel Vehicle) targeting Armenian military targets such as tanks, artillery positions, and...

Assessment Of ‘Non-Quantifiable Parameters of Security & Governance’ In Kashmir Post Abrogation Of Article...

We, at the Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), have published various research papers on J&K focusing on radicalisation, cross-border terrorism, governance, perception management,...

Winds of Change in Kashmir

On 16 November 2017, Arshid Majid Khan, a twenty-year-old college-going Kashmiri boy who had joined Pakistan based proscribed terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), walked into...

Celebrating Democracy in ‘Naya Jammu and Kashmir’

“When the panchayat raj is established, public opinion will do what violence can never do.”-  Mahatma Gandhi Post abrogation of Article 370 and 35A in August...

Strengthening India-Brunei Darussalam Relations: Moving towards greater strategic bonds

India and Brunei Darussalam share a long history of diplomatic relations since 1984 and this relationship is being harnessed in the present times as...

Commentary on the Current Political Imbroglio in Pakistan

The USIP report on August 11, 2020, stated that Pakistan continues to face multiple sources of internal and external conflict, incidents of domestic terrorism...

Security State Of Affairs In J & K Post Abrogation Of Article...

On August 5, 2019, in a significant move, the Government of India (GoI) abrogated Article 370, ending the semi-autonomous status of Jammu and Kashmir...

China as a ‘Rising Power’: Changing Rules to the Old Game of Power

While COVID-19 Pandemic takes precedence, but ‘Rise of China’ undeniably has been one of the important characteristic features that define the 21st Century. However,...

The ‘Turkish Octopus’ in the Grey zone: No War, No Peace

Relations between New Delhi and Ankara have grown tense for quite some time. A report published by a Greek journalist on 3 December, 2020,...

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