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Book Review | Air Force Space Command: 50 Years of Space and Missiles

The book Air Force Space Command: 50 Years of Space and Missiles is published by Faircount.  It marks a special event and is a...

Book Review | Spying from Space: Constructing America’s Satellite Command and Control Systems

The book Spying from Space: Constructing America’s Satellite Command and Control Systems” by Dr David Christopher Arnold (Col USAF-Ret), published by Texas A&M University...

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 | Asian Space Race: Rhetoric or Reality

The book ‘Asian Space Race: Rhetoric or Reality’ is written by Group Captain Ajay Lele (Retd.) and published by Springer India. The main idea...

Book Review | Iran: Cyber Repression

Iran: Cyber ​​Repression, a book published by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, is an ideal revelation of state-backed cyber warfare focused on...

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...

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 | Final Frontier: India and Space Security

The book “Final Frontier: India and Space Security” is written by Dr Bharath Gopalaswamy and published by Westland Publications Private Limited, Chennai. Its primary...

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 | The Next World War: Computers Are the Weapons & Front Lines...

The constant characteristic of the information environment has been one of cataclysmic change, driven by a seismic shift from the wired to the wireless...

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Book Review | Air Force Space Command: 50 Years of Space and Missiles

The book Air Force Space Command: 50 Years of Space and Missiles is published by Faircount.  It marks a special event and is a...

Is Covid-19 Crisis Giving Breathing Space to Naxalism in India?

The Covid-19 pandemic has severely affected the world like never before. For the first time, the globalized world remains standstill. In the Indian context,...

Book Review | Spying from Space: Constructing America’s Satellite Command and Control Systems

The book Spying from Space: Constructing America’s Satellite Command and Control Systems” by Dr David Christopher Arnold (Col USAF-Ret), published by Texas A&M University...