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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 | 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...

Civilian Faculty at Professional Military Education institutions

While technical training institutions, as for instance the College of Military Engineering, and pre-commission training institutions, such as the National Defence Academy, have civilian...

CAPFs as part of Theatre Commands

The armed forces have projected including select Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), mainly BSF and ITBP, deployed along the LOC and LAC, within 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...

The Pakistan Army Playbook: Competitive Sectarianism and Ethnic strife in Pakistan

Read Here ⇒ The Pakistan Army Playbook: Competitive Sectarianism and Ethnic strife in Pakistan

Fighting the ‘Invisible Enemy’: Military-Civil Fusion in Focus

India is currently witnessing a downward curve in the second wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic that posed considerable challenges to healthcare, economy, employment, logistics...

Book Review | The Naxal Threat: Causes, State Responses and Consequences

The book “The Naxal Threat: Causes, State Responses and Consequences” is edited by Lt Gen. (Retd) V.R. Raghavan and published by the Centre for...

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...

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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...