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Eleven Big Lessons for the Employment of Tanks in Future Battlespace: The Russia –...

GeneralThe first casualty in war is always truth. This is increasingly relevant in the war of narratives which dominates the contemporary social media battlespace1....

Russia-Ukraine Crisis: India’s Concerns and Options

India’s decision to abstain from the Russia-Ukraine crisis suggests that it is employing its balancing act vis-à-vis both the countries. Situating its neutral position,...

Hybrid War in Ukraine Will Have Blowback Impact on Europe

Read Here ⇒ Hybrid War in Ukraine Will Have Blowback Impact on Europe

10/03 | Webinar Invite | INDIAN FOREIGN & SECURITY POLICY IN THE LIGHT OF...

Dear Sir/Ma'am, CENTRE FOR LAND WARFARE STUDIES Welcomes You for a Webinar on INDIAN FOREIGN & SECURITY POLICY IN THE LIGHT OF SINO-RUSSIAN AXIS With Ambassador Dr. Mohan Kumar Chairman, Research...

Book Review | Conflict and Diplomacy in the Middle East: External Actors and Regional...

The book "Conflict and Diplomacy in the Middle East: External Actors and Regional Rivalries" is by Dr Yannis Stivachtis. It is a policy brief...

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...

Book Review | Turkey’s Regional Approach in Afghanistan: A Civilian Power in Action

The book Turkey’s regional approach in Afghanistan: a civilian power in action by Dr. Saban Kardas is a policy brief of Turkey’s wide range...

Never-Ending Wars Of 21st Century

Easy Entry, Turbulent Exit Conflicts of the 21st Century have once again proved that big powers intervention has failed to end violence and create regional...

After Afghanistan, Is Iraq Preparing Itself for Impending American Pullout?

As the US withdraws all its troops from Afghanistan, doubts and concerns are raised in the Middle East on a similar pattern being followed...

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...

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Introduction The Sri Lankan government declared an economic emergency last month after protests rocked the country over the deepening economic crisis. The country has officially...

Military Diplomacy Vs Public Diplomacy: India’s Dilemma in Myanmar Amidst China’s Rise

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