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Basic Points About The Zionist Israeli-Arab Palestinian Conflict

Basic Points About The Zionist Israeli-Arab Palestinian Conflict

By: Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirovic | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 30 Apr , 2024

What is conflict about?  The Zionist Israeli-Arab Palestinian conflict today is one of, if not, the most significant global security problems to be dealt with.[1] However, this conflict is...

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Countering China: India’s Geopolitical Dilemma

Countering China: India’s Geopolitical Dilemma

By: Col Anil Athale | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 30 Apr , 2024

PM Narendra Modi, confident of victory in the ongoing 2024 election has declared that he has already ordered ministers and officials to work on a programme for first 100 days. Taking him at his...

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Human Rights Violations in Pakistan Continue Unabated

Human Rights Violations in Pakistan Continue Unabated

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 29 Apr , 2024

US State Department’s 2023 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices is out and so are the comments of Pakistan’s Foreign Office [FO] on the same. While this report gives Islamabad an...

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Chinese focus on Siachen

Chinese focus on Siachen

By: Lt Gen Prakash Katoch | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 28 Apr , 2024

Siachen has been in the news recently – 40 years of occupation of the Saltoro Range by the Indian Army in 1984. Many narratives, including individual and collective gallant actions, have been...

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The Iranian Missile-Drone Attack on Israel: Some Observations

The Iranian Missile-Drone Attack on Israel: Some Observations

By: Col Mandeep Singh | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 27 Apr , 2024

On 13 April 2024, Iran had carried out strikes against Israeli territory for the first time ever.The attack included 170 drones and 30 cruise missilesand at least 110 ballistic missiles. It was...

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China-Russia “Limitless” Freindship

China-Russia “Limitless” Freindship

By: Kazi Anwarul Masud | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 27 Apr , 2024

Alexander Gubaev on China-Russia Limitless Friendship Alexander Gubaev, an expert on Russian affairs, not only termed the China -Russia  alliance “unholy” but he also cast doubt –‘Why the...

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British Artillery Struggling: Any light at the end of the tunnel?  

British Artillery Struggling: Any light at the end of the tunnel?  

By: Nicholas Peterson | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 26 Apr , 2024

Not unlike the Royal Navy, whose operational ships have become few and far between in recent years, and the nuclear deterrence force which is currently the object of much doubt, the British...

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The Russian 2009 “Fourteen Points” for the European Security: Why the...

The Russian 2009 “Fourteen Points” for the European Security: Why the...

By: Dr. Vladislav B. Sotirovic | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 26 Apr , 2024

In 2009, Russian President Medvedev (President from May 7th, 2008 to May 7th, 2012) called for a new European security policy known as “Fourteen Points” as a new security treaty to be...

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From Policy to Power: Shaping Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Landscape

From Policy to Power: Shaping Bangladesh’s Renewable Energy Landscape

By: Md. Abdullah-Al -Mamun | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 25 Apr , 2024

As Bangladesh continues to develop economically and its population grows (the most densely populated country already), there is an urgent need for a comprehensive energy policy that underscores on...

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Iran-Israel Conflict: Retaliations may result in a Nuclear War

Iran-Israel Conflict: Retaliations may result in a Nuclear War

By: Col (Dr) PK Vasudeva | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 25 Apr , 2024

Relations between Iran and Israel have been strained for decades, primarily due to geopolitical, ideological, and religious differences.Historically, Iran and Israel enjoyed relatively good...

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Decoding India’s Success in Sittwe Port and the Militarization of Andaman...

Decoding India’s Success in Sittwe Port and the Militarization of Andaman...

By: Ipshita Chakravarty | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 24 Apr , 2024

Abstract: The vortex of competing interests of India and China has embroiled the Bay of Bengal arena within its fold. It is in this process that the port facilities of the states bordering the Bay...

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Rawalpindi’s Deteriorating Public Image: Who’s to Blame?

Rawalpindi’s Deteriorating Public Image: Who’s to Blame?

By: Nilesh Kunwar | Date: 23 Apr , 2024

The top brass of Pakistan army regularly congregate at the military’s General Headquarters [GHQ] in Rawalpindi to discuss various defence related issues in a confab referred to as Corps...

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The Army’s Disability Conundrum

The Army’s Disability Conundrum

By: Brig Deepak Sinha | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 23 Apr , 2024

Scot Hamilton, one of the most recognised figure skaters in the world, won over seventy medals including four World Championships and an Olympic Gold over the span of his career, unfortunately...

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US Sanctions and Pakistan’s Strategic Indisposition

US Sanctions and Pakistan’s Strategic Indisposition

By: Aparna Rawal | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 23 Apr , 2024

On 19th April 2024, the United States imposed sanctions on three China based companies- Xi’an Longde Technology Development Company Limited, Tianjin Creative Source International Trade Co Ltd...

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With the Russian field-modified ‘turtle tanks’, we have come full circle

With the Russian field-modified ‘turtle tanks’, we have come full circle

By: Anil Warner | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 22 Apr , 2024

With the First Person View kamikaze drone emerging as the greatest threat to tanks on the Ukraine battlefield, the Russian army is resorting to desperate measures.  They are bolting rough,...

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With Navatny dead does Putin have any Red Lines?

With Navatny dead does Putin have any Red Lines?

By: Kazi Anwarul Masud | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 22 Apr , 2024

Vladimir Putin’s “Red Line” to Western Powers​ In April 2021 Russian President Vladimir Putin sternly warned the West against encroaching further on Russia’s security interests, saying...

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National Security and Role of Self-Reliance in Military Capability

National Security and Role of Self-Reliance in Military Capability

By: Prof (Dr) SN Misra | Date: 22 Apr , 2024

Introduction Epictetus, the philosopher wrote, we can not choose our external circumstances but we can always choose how we respond to them. It is the role of leaders to ensure our security from...

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Has Iran Played Just Too Smart?

Has Iran Played Just Too Smart?

By: Ravi Srivastava | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 21 Apr , 2024

The shocking attack of Hamas on Israel had also left enough signatures of intervention of a foreign power in the details of its execution. Israel was definitely never in doubt about the ‘real...

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The Irony Of West’s ‘Democracy’ Memos To India

The Irony Of West’s ‘Democracy’ Memos To India

By: Kanwal Sibal | Date: 20 Apr , 2024

What to make of a spate of articles in Western media and research papers by think tanks there about democratic ‘backsliding’ in India, just before the general election? While such articles have...

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How to Defend Against the Dubious Kuki-Chin Armed Movement

How to Defend Against the Dubious Kuki-Chin Armed Movement

By: M A Hossain | Issue: Net Edition | Date: 20 Apr , 2024

The Bangladesh government has garnered significant experience in countering insurgency activities in the Chattagram Hill Tracts (CHT). Through operations like “Operation Dabanal,” the Bangladesh...

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