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GALWAN AND AFTER  By Maj Gen P K Mallick, VSM (Retd)

China and India are heirs to the two oldest civilisations of the world. China and India are the two largest human populated states in the world. Together they have 38.1% of the world s population. China and India have the third and seventh largest landmass of the world. On GDP (PPP) basis, China and India with 27.31 and 11.2 trillion dollars are the world s two largest economies. China and India have the two largest armies of the world. Their armed forces are strong in all domains of ...Read more >

45 Pages
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THE ARMY IN INDIAN MILITARY STRATEGY: RETHINK DOCTRINE OR RISK IRRELEVANCE  By Arzan Tarapore

Ground forces dominate Indian military strategy. Since its independence, India has fought five wars along its unsettled northern land borders, and its most vexing security threats today—as illustrated by the ongoing Chinese incursions in the northern region of Ladakh—still loom across those same borders. The Indian Army ...Read more >

34 Pages
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NUCLEAR SECURITY IN INDIA  By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan

The security of nuclear and radiological materials has been a global concern since the end of the Cold War and the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991.The threat gained greater traction after 9/11 ...Read more >

192 Pages
1.43 MB
INDIA AND CHINA: CONFLICT AND COOPERATION  By David M. Malone and Rohan Mukherjee

Not much has changed in the rhetoric of Sino-Indian relations since Mao Zedong, speaking in 1951 in honour of the first anniversary of Indias ...Read more >

158 Pages
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INDIAS NAXALITE INSURGENCY: HISTORY, TRAJECTORY, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S.-INDIA SECURITY COOPERATION ON DOMESTIC COUNTERINSURGENCY  By Thomas F. Lynch III

The pace of U.S.-India defense cooperation over the past decadeand especially the past 2 yearshas been unprecedented and impressive in many areas. These areas include defense technology ...Read more >

43 Pages
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CHINA-INDIA : AN ANALYSIS OF THE HIMALAYAN TERRITORIAL DISPUTE  By Commodore Katherine Richards

This paper examines the dispute between China and India over their shared Himalayan border. It assesses that the likelihood of a major Sino-Indian conflict over the border is ...Read more >

30 Pages
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SECRECY, CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS, AND INDIA S NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM  By Anit Mukherjee

Gaurav Kampani provides a compelling account of the evolution of Indias nuclear weapons program from 1989 to 1999 and rightly highlights how the need for secrecy stymied Indias operational ...Read more >

14 Pages
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INDIA AND MILITARY POWER PROJECTION  By WALTER C. LADWIG III

All three branches of the Indian armed forces have recently articulated the need to operate beyond the countrys immediate borders. While the Indian military is highly unlikely to achieve its more ambitious power projection ...Read more >

22 Pages
1.18 MB
INDIAS RENEWED INTEREST IN CHABAHAR: NEED TO STAY THE COURSE  By Ashok Behuria and Mahtab Alam Rizvi

Chabahar is an ideal port for both oil and non-oil trade. Moreover, there are various investment incentives now in Chabahar like availability of cheap energy and transportation ...Read more >

8 Pages
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MARGINAL ON THE MAP: HIDDEN WARS AND HIDDEN MEDIA IN NORTHEAST INDIA   By Arijit Sen

On a February night in 1961, British journalist Gavin Young arrived in the Naga hills in the north-east of India. Young, a reporter with The Observer, was interested in the largely unreported war between the Indian ...Read more >

61 Pages
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MAKING WAVES : AIDING INDIAS NEXT-GENERATION AIRCRAFT CARRIER  By Ashley J. Tellis

The United States and India have agreed to form a working group to explore the joint development of Indias next-generation aircraft carrier. While the Indian Navy has already begun design ...Read more >

34 Pages
2.46 MB
UNITY IN DIFFERENCE  By ASHLEY J. TELLIS

U.S. President Barack Obamas return to India in January 2015 carries the hope that Washington and New Delhi may succeed in placing their cooperation on firmer ...Read more >

62 Pages
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DRONES & INDIA  By R. Swaminathan

India currently operates close to 50 drones in various military,reconnaissance and intelligence gathering configurations, a number more than that of France, Germany and Italy combined. ...Read more >

46 Pages
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SOLVING INDIA S NUCLEAR LIABILITY CONUNDRUM  By Rakesh Sood

The issue of nuclear liability generates enough controversy that there has been very little common understanding on defining the problem, let alone identifying options for a politically feasible solution. ...Read more >

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NUCLEAR SECURITY IN INDIA  By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan

The security of nuclear and radiological materials has been a global concern since the end of the Cold War and the disintegration of the Soviet Union in 1991. ...Read more >

152 Pages
1.34 MB
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