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INDIAN AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY: POSSIBLE INNOVATIONS FOR SUCCESS IN THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY
Author: Gp Capt Vivek Kapur 
ISBN 978-93-86288-68-4

 

CYBER ENIGMA: UNRAVELLING  THE TERROR IN THE CYBER WORLD
Author: E.Dilipraj
ISBN 978-93-86288-57-8

 

 

ASIAN DEFENCE REVIEW 2017
Editor: Air Marshal Vinod Patney
ISBN 978-93-86288-59-2

 

 

WEAPONISATION OF SPACE: AN INEVITABLE REALITY AND PLAUSIBLE FALLOUT
Author: Group Captain PA Patil
ISBN 978-93-86288-42-49 

 

CYBER WAR: CONQUEST OVER ELUSIVE ENEMY
Author: Group Captain Ashish K Gupta

ISBN 978-93-86288-40-0

 

 

DEFENCE BEYOND DESIGN: CONTOURS OF INDIA'S NUCLEAR SAFETY & SECURITY
Author: Sitakanta Mishra

ISBN 978-93-83649-90-7

 

CHINA'S APPROACH TOWARDS TERRITORIAL DISPUTES
Author: Sana Hashmi

ISBN 978-93-83649-89-1

 

 

INDIA-RUSSIA POST COLD WAR RELATIONS: A NEW EPOCH OF COOPERATION
Author:
Chandra Rekha
ISBN 978-93-83649-82-2

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ABDICATION OF EMPEROR AKIHITO AND THE FUTURE OF JAPAN’S IMPERIAL FAMILY
Mr Piyush Ghasiya, Research Associate, CAPS
15 December 2017:
 On December 01, 2017, Chaired by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, a ten-member Imperial Household Council which comprises lawmakers, royals, and supreme court justices decided April 30, 2019, for the abdication of Emperor Akihito....Read more

RUSSIA BULDING ‘BRICS’ INTERNET- AN ATTEMPT TOWARDS SPLINTER-NET OR PARALLEL-NET
Mr E.Dilipraj, Associate Fellow, CAPS
08 December 2017:
 At a meeting on October 26, 2017, the Security Council of Russia instructed its Ministry of Communications and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to initiate discussion among BRICS countries for the creation
...Read more

DRONE REVOLUTION: REGULATION & MANAGEMENT
Wg Cdr BS Nijjar, Research Fellow, CAPS
06 December 2017:
On November 22, 2017 the Minister of State for Civil Aviation Shri Jayant Sinha chaired a discussion meeting seeking inputs on the draft CAR on Civil Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS)...Read more

Cancellation of Spike ATGM Deal: Indigenisation over Force Modernisation
Mr Arjun Subramanian P
30 November 2017:
The ministry of defence has surprisingly cancelled the deal to procure over 8000 Spike Anti-Tank Guided Missiles and has instead tasked the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) to design a man-portable ATGM...Read more

CHINA’S DRONE EXPORTS - TAPPING A NEW MARKET 
Ms Pinki Roy, Research Associate, CAPS
25 November 2017:
China showcased the three variants of its stealth class Yunying drone during the 15th edition of the biennial Dubai Air show that was held between 12-16 November 2017....Read more

INDIA’S ENERGY TRANSITION: ROLE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY AND CHALLENGES
Dr Pamreihor Khashimwo, Research Associate, CAPS
22 November 2017:
 India is the 4th largest consumer of energy in the world after China, the USA, and Russia but it is not bestowed with bountiful energy resources....Read more

ASEAN 2017 AT MANILA: FRACTURING OR RESURRECTION OF THE REGIONAL ORDER
Ms Pooja Bhatt, Research Associate, CAPS
20 November 2017:
 From 10-14 November 2017, Manila successfully held the 31st edition of Association of South East Asian Nations or ASEAN Summit and related summits . ASEAN also celebrated its commemoration of 50 years of existence since being established in 1967.Read more...

ACHIEVING CONGRUENCE IN DEFENCE PROCUREMENTS
Wg Cdr BS Nijjar, Research Fellow, CAPS
08 november 2017:
 During the short period of less than two months the RM has visited various defence establishments around the country including forward area posts in Siachen and Andaman & Nicobar (A&N) Islands. The highlight of all these visits has been the emphasis on capacity and capability development of the armed forces...Read more

INDIA-BHUTAN RELATIONS: UNLOCKING THE HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL FOR BETTER COOPERATION
Dr Pamreihor Khashimwo, Research Associate, CAPS
07 November 2017:
 Bhutan has a hydropower potential of 30,000MW of which 23,000 MW can be tapped easily. Bhutan exports the surplus power to India and earns much-needed revenue...Read more

THE NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR CRISIS – NO END IN SIGHT
Ms Hina Pandey, Associate Fellow, CAPS
02 November 2017:
These days North Korea is in the ‘spotlight’ for being the epicenter of the nuclear crisis- that almost had the whole world apprehending about a possible ‘war on the Korean Peninsula’. The recent crisis owes its origin to the sixth nuclear test...Read more

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