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Book Review | A.I. Superpowers – China, Silicon Valley, and the New World Order

Kai-Fu Lee is a celebrated computer scientist, born in Taiwan, raised in America and now settled in Beijing. This book is divided into two...

Book Review | Countdown to Zero Day

Countdown to Zero Day, written by Kim Zetter, is about Stuxnet, malware or virus designed to roll back and stop Iran's nuclear program. The...

Civilian Faculty at Professional Military Education institutions

While technical training institutions, as for instance the College of Military Engineering, and pre-commission training institutions, such as the National Defence Academy, have civilian...

CAPFs as part of Theatre Commands

The armed forces have projected including select Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), mainly BSF and ITBP, deployed along the LOC and LAC, within the...

Book Review | Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the Twenty-first...

Peter Warren Singer is an American political scientist, an international relations scholar and a specialist on 21st-century warfare. He is currently a Strategist for...

Book Review | Cold Peace: China-India Rivalry in the Twenty-First Century

India and China, the two countries deemed to be the world’s fastest-growing economic and political powers today, have long shared a history that is...

Book Review | Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War

The book army of none was written by Paul Scherrer, a Pentagon defence expert and former U.S. Army Ranger explores what it would mean...

Book Review | Tiananmen Square: The Making of a Protest

In 2021, the world commemorated the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown, images of which remain fresh in everyone's mind. The 'incident,' as...

Israel-Palestine Relations: Complexities and Challenges

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Cities As Battlefields: Adapting International Humanitarian Law (IHL) in the Context of Changing Character...

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Book Review | Spheres of Transnational Ecoviolence

“In many ways, and from the vantage point of future generations, present action and lack of action around climate change will most likely constitute...

Book Review | Open Secrets: The Explosive Memoirs of an Indian Intelligence Officer

"A king shall have his agents in the courts of the enemy, the ally, the middle and the neutral kings to spy on the...