Using AUKUS to Brazen it Out

The United States’ and the United Kingdom’s overtures to Australia to help it acquire a fleet of nuclear-powered general-purpose attack submarines (SSNs) infuse a perilous complexity into the strategic Indo-Pacific environment, rendering it more

Muddying the waters

Yopa mayatanam veda ayatanam bhavati He who knows the source of water, becomes established in his Self -- from Taithreeya Aranyakam (1.22) of Yajur Veda Water, the life resource, appears to be draini

भारतीय सेना का आधुनिकीकरण

अभी तक दुनिया में हथियारों का सबसे बड़ा आयातक भारत अपने आयुध भंडार को उन्नत बनाने के लिए 2022 तक लगभ

​Modernising India's Military

By far the largest importer of arms in the world, India is poised to spend an estimated $310 billion (Rs 20.8 lakh crore) by 2022 on upgrading its arsenal. Vying for these sweepstakes are global arms vendors as also domestic suppliers who are explori

Uniting through Oceans

Bolstered by its robust surface, undersea and aerial capabilities, the Indian Navy staged a spectacular maritime pageant off the eastern seaboard, as it hosted its International Fleet Review (IFR) 2016 earlier this month. As many as 50 countries rang

The Paralysis over Syria

The refugee crisis cannot be resolved without tackling Syria’s conflict There is turbulence in the Eurozone and its disquieting genesis lies in the protracted civil war in Syria, some 1,200 km away to the east. As Europe’s demography and ethn

India-US Civil Nuclear Deal: A Dependence Entrapment?

India needs to proceed with utmost caution on its civil nuclear deal with the United States. The pathbreaking agreement, dramatically ‘operationalised’ in a 25 January meeting with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi by U.S. President Barac

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