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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...

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...

China’s Adventurism in Eastern Ladakh – A Strategic Miscalculation

CLAWS (New Delhi) – Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (US)  Joint Research Collaboration Abstract In its territorial quest, both in the continental and maritime domains, China...

On China, India Needs to ‘Seek Truth from Facts’ & Be Prepared

The year 2020, which had the potential to be a landmark in India-China relations against the 70 years of diplomatic ties, but murphy’s law...

Galwan Valley Flashpoint: A New Low in India-China Relations

Introduction The celebratory tone to mark seventy years of diplomatic relations between India and China has been today overshadowed by the long-standing border standoff in...

India-China Border Quandary: The Cyclical Conundrum

On 6 June 2020, the regional commanders’ level talks between India and China at Moldo in Chushul sector of Ladakh against the incidents of...

Eastern Ladakh: The Torrent of Strategic History, the Wrath of Strategic Geography and the...

O divine art of subtlety and secrecy! Through you we learn to be invisible, through you inaudible; and hence we can hold the enemy’s...

Eastern Ladakh: The Torrent of Strategic History, the Wrath of Strategic Geography and the...

Trade caravans and explorers historically knew no political boundaries, except the mountain ranges. The ancient routes, with knowledge having been passed from generations to...

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