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Book Review | Indian National Security: Misguided Men and Guided Missiles

Napoleon once declared that the foreign policy of a state flows from its geographical position. This is particularly evident in the case of the...

Book Review | Kashmir: Islam and Terror

Originally written as a thesis; Amritha Venkatraman’s Kashmir: Islam and Terror, strives to trace the trajectory of the Kashmir conflict and to determine the...

Book Review | Body of Victim, Body of Warrior

Cabeiri Debergh Robinson’s - ‘Body of Victim, Body of Warrior: Refugee Families and the making of Kashmiri Jihadists’ is a unique work that at...

Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in the Indian Army

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Book Review | India’s Military Conflicts and Diplomacy: An Inside View of Decision Making

India’s defence and security strategy has been witnessing a major change. It is now gradually shifting its focus from preachy politics and reactive strategic...

Turkey’s Adventurism against India: Perceived Threats and Challenges

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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...

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...

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