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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...

The Indian Army: Code of Conduct Amshipura And Beyond

The fact that the Indian Army takes the ethics and moral upbringing of soldiers and officers very seriously is to be seen in its...

Fighting Radicalisation to Counter Terrorism in India

Increasing radicalisation across the globe has been a major source of concern for security agencies world over. While the most common thread that the...

India and the Gulf: Towards an Evolving Counter-Terrorism Partnership

The last two decades have witnessed a change in the status quo of the relations between India and the Persian Gulf as the two...

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