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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 | All Roads Lead North: Nepal’s Turn To China

The China-Nepal bonhomie has been a matter of much discussion amongst the Indian policymakers as of late. The blatant interference by the Chinese in...

Turkey’s engagement in Afghanistan in post US withdrawal

IntroductionAfghanistan, the soul of South Asia, has been a region of turmoil and devastation for decades. Designated a strategic location on earth, is troublesome...

Bangladesh Liberation @50 Years: ‘Bijoy’ with Synergy

Read Here ⇒ Bangladesh Liberation @50 Years: 'Bijoy' with Synergy

Afghanistan and United Nations: On a Slender Thread with Taliban

Read Here ⇒ Afghanistan and United Nations: On a Slender Thread with Taliban

Cross-Border Migration May Lead to Resurgence of Insurgency in Manipur: A New Security Challenge...

Introduction The influx of migrants from the Indo-Myanmar border after the military coup staged in February this year to three Northeastern (NE) states –...

A Bold, Hard-Hitting Piece of Work

‘Kashmir Narratives: Myths vs Facts of Jammu and Kashmir’ comes across as a bold, hard-hitting piece of work that is devoid of attachments and...

15/09 | Webinar Invite | Lessons For Military Commanders: Afghanistan

Dear Sir/Ma’am, CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES  Welcomes You for a Webinar on  Lessons For Military Commanders: Afghanistan by General (Ret.) Stanley A. McChrystal, US Army (Former Commander, International Security Assistance...

Talibanisation of Afghanistan

The challenge has returned, to where it began. The quest for the establishment of a broad-based, gender-sensitive, multi-ethnic and fully representative, independent Afghanistan has...

Book Review | China and India: Cooperation of Conflict?

The book “China and India: Cooperation or Conflict” is a joint endeavour of an Indian professor Waheguru Pal Singh Sidhu and a Chinese senior research...

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