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Finding Solutions for Naga Issues: Possible Way Forward

On April 13, 2022, the Nagaland legislatures and CM Neiphiu Rio called on the prime minister in New Delhi to solve the long-pending Naga...

Eleven Big Lessons for the Employment of Tanks in Future Battlespace: The Russia –...

GeneralThe first casualty in war is always truth. This is increasingly relevant in the war of narratives which dominates the contemporary social media battlespace1....

India’s Options against China’s Developing Cyber Capabilities

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Jihadist Radicalisation in Kashmir: An Analysis of Causal Factors

Read Here ⇒ Jihadist Radicalisation in Kashmir: An Analysis of Causal Factors

Webinar Invite | Theorising Rebellion & Irregular War: Lessons for Future Modern Militaries

Dear Sir/Ma'am, CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES   Welcomes You for a Webinar on  Theorising Rebellion & Irregular War: Lessons for Future Modern Militaries  With Major Andrew Maher, Australian Army Visiting Fellow Terrorism...

Book Review | China in the Indian Ocean – One Ocean, Many Strategies

About the book“China in the Indian Ocean - One Ocean, Many Strategies” by M.H. Rajesh is a book that focuses on China’s rise and...

Book Review | Indian Ocean as a New Political and Security Region

“The new Indian ocean is neither solely the battleground of a strategic triangle between the US, India, and China nor a vast space of...

Changing Approach for Resolving Border dispute in Northeast India

On 30th March 2022, the Assam- Meghalaya signed a pact to resolve a five-decade inter-state border dispute. The negotiation to resolve the dispute started...

Webinar Invite | INFORMATION WARFARE: MILITARY ASPECTS on Wednesday, 20th April at 1830h

Dear Faculty, CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES  Welcomes You for a Webinar on  INFORMATION WARFARE: MILITARY ASPECTS With  Dr. Peter Warren Singer Strategist at New America, A Professor of Practice at Arizona...

How Nepal’s Insecurities Shape its Foreign Policy

States engage in international relations to achieve their clearly identified national interests. This is true for world powers and small states, albeit their national...

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