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China Chooses To Stand With Terrorists For The Fourth Time

It’s not a big surprise for any strategist that China has blocked the bid to have Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar designated a global terrorist for the fourth time. How will it impact India?

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Our War on Terror: Raise It With Integrated Command and Capability

How long should one await to call a spade a spade? Pakistan has attacked four times since independence as an open declared war and a million times in the garb of insurgents, terrorists and fanatics. Make security as our Priority, and first and foremost punish those perpetrators for their mass killin

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Decoding Pentagon Report on China January 2019

Amidst sequential escalation of US -China 'Heated cold war', Pentagon has released a new report on 16 January 2019, airing US concerns about China’s growing military capability highlighting a contingency about a possible attack against Taiwan. Maj Gen Asthana decodes the strategic reports and its im

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Time To Get Real

India’s S-400 Triumf air defence missile system deal with Russia is sure to irk the US. Can we afford to imperil Indo-US ties by ignoring some obvious geoeconomic realities?

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Japan Pledges Rs 20,675 Crore To India; Big Push To Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail.

Japan has pledged to provide loan provision of up to 317 billion yen, approximately Rs 20,675 crore to India Tokyo following the Japan-India Summit Meeting.

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Japan India Maritime Exercise To Enhance The Cooperation For Maintaining The Rule Of Law Under The Free And Open Indo- Pacific Strategy

India and Japan are the greatest economic partners and set to herald a new era of cooperation in defence and security. Multiple ground breaking initiatives are on the card which include QUAD and Asia Africa Growth Corridor (AAGC). PM Modi is set to visit Japan and continue building upon the camarade

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Defence Minister Attends ADMM At Singapore; Confirms to ASEAN Centrality

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attended the 5th ADMM Plus meet in Singapore on 20 October, which is a forum for Defence Ministers from ten ASEAN and eight ASEAN Plus countries. She conveyed the sustained focus of 'Act East' policy and the centrality of ASEAN

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Diplomacy: Drifting Apart

India harps on a Neighbourhood First strategy, but old allies in South Asia have now begun to lean more towards China

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India And Russia To Go Ahead With The S400 Deal

India and Russia to go ahead with the S400 despite threat from the U.S sanctions

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India Seeks Waivers From US On CAATSA

India will most likely be exempted from Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA). This development has come after Defense minister; Nirmala Sitharaman told the US Defense minister that CAATSA is a US law and not a UN law.

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