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Sudden Covid-19 Surge, India needs a robust policy to keep Internal security Intact.

The sudden surge in the Covid-19 cases across the nation has created massive turmoil among the ordinary people. In a sudden turnaround in April...

23/04 | Webinar Invite | Dynamics of Internal Security by Dr. Anand Prakash Maheshwari,...

Dear Friends,    CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES    Welcomes You for a Webinar On  Dynamics of Internal Security by   Dr. Anand Prakash Maheshwari, IPS (Retd)    Friday, 23rd  April 2021, 1100-1230 Hrs  ...

Climate Change and its Implications for India’s National Security

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What are High Altitude Pseudo Satellites and How are they Beneficial for the Military

Among the latest aerospace technologies, there has been growing pace of activity around High Altitude Pseudo Satellites or HAPS platforms that are emerging as...

India and Gilgit-Baltistan: Insight into Journey from Historical Past to Evolving Present

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Postponement of Webinar | Art of Long Strategic View by Major General BK...

Dear Friends, Greetings from CLAWS This is to inform all members that, the scheduled talk by Maj Gen BK Sharma, AVSM, SM** (Retd), Director United Service Institution...

Feasibility of Japan-India-Vietnam Defence Trilateral?

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Decoding Ladakh 2020 using China’s ‘Science of Military Strategy’

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Post Covid-19, What next for the North East Region and the Act East Policy

The Post-Covid-19 world would bring about new paradigms for India with a potential for new advances in economy, trade, connectivity. The Covid-19 crisis has...

Entry and Exit- Decoding the Chinese game

The disengagement process in Ladakh is well underway. This will be followed by de-escalation and finally de-induction, ending, hopefully, the most serious crisis which...

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