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Book Review | Future of Land Warfare: Beyond the Horizon

"Nothing remains static in war or military weapons, and it is consequently often dangerous to rely on courses suggested by apparent similarities in the...

Leveraging Technology to Fight Future Disease Outbreaks

The year 2020 has been marked by a pandemic novel Coronavirus (Covid-19), that has not only caused sickness and death of millions but also...

Assessing India’s Space Situational Awareness Capabilities: Prospects and Challenges

Introduction: The second two-plus-two dialogue between India and the USA concluded in December 2019 in Washington DC. The two countries made a comprehensive review of...

Spring 2020

Scholar Warrior  Spring - 2020 From the Desk of the Editor  Section I : National Security, Land Warfare and StrategyMilitary Modernisation in the Era of Limited...

Winter 2019

CLAWS Journal - Winter 2019Contents Note from the Editor Contextual Evolution of Hybrid Warfare and the Complexities Hybrid Warfare: Battlegrounds of the Future ...

Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems: A Legal Perspective

21st century has seen a significant advancement in the technology. The arena of security and warfare has seen a remarkable development because of the...

Covid-19 and Kerala: A Model for Medical Securitization

With the cause yet to be confirmed, the outbreak of novel corona virus (Covid-19) in the town of Wuhan in the Hubei province of...

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Vaccine Diplomacy – A Game Changer In World Order

Introduction India, which has the second-largest population in the world, declared a complete lockdown on 23 March 2020 to control the spread of the Wuhan...

Modern Warfare and Contemplation of Strategic Victory

That is an old saying - victory has a thousand fathers, defeat is an orphan!  On the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln on 01 May 2003,...

CLAUSEWITZ’S TRINITIES

On War or Vom Kriege penned by Clausewitz and published after his death in 1832 is vade mecum of every military practitioner of any...