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Defence and Diplomacy

In Pursuit of National Security Vol. 10 No. 2 (January-March 2021) Contents 1. The 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War Heli-Borne Assault on Sylhet Bhupinder S. Nijjar 2. Indian Defence Budget 2021-2022—What is Enough? Anil...

Defence and Diplomacy

In Pursuit of National Security Vol. 10 No. 3 (April-June 2021) Editor's Note 1. Security Sans Strategy? Sumit Mukerji 2. US Defence of Taiwan: Complexities and Challenges Anil Chopra 3. Assessing the Development and Challenges in Pakistan's Civil...

Peace Evades Afghanistan: Where did the US go Wrong?

Air Vice Marshal Anil Golani, Additional Director General, CAPS War and conflict have always been inimical to the progress of mankind and yet they have plagued...

Chinese Drones in East Ladakh and India’s Response

Mr Kashif Anwar, Research Associate, CAPS 16 August 2021

Defence And Diplomacy

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Nuclear Security Vol 15, No. 09

There were Doomsday Ships Ready to Ride Out Nuclear Armageddon before there were Doomsday Planes OPINION – Thomas Newdick

Nuclear Security Vol 15, No. 08

Global Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Ten Years of Rising Dangers OPINION – Manpreet Sethi

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India’s BMD Programme and Acquisition of S-400 Air Defence System

Author: Ms Nasima Khatoon, Research Associate, CAPS As per a contract signed between India and Russia in October 2018, Russia has begun delivery of the...

Russia Tests an ASAT Weapon: Space Sustainability Takes a Hit Again

Author: Gp Capt TH Anand Rao Keywords: ASAT, Debris, Weapons, Satellite, UN, Russia, LEO Close on the heels of the 76th session of United Nations General...

QUAD II: India’s Strategic Policy Shift

Author: Anu Sharma, Associate Fellow, CAPS Keywords: QUAD II, West Asia, Israel, UAE, United States   India, along with the United States, Israel and the United Arab...

Stick to the basics of nuclear deterrence

China’s recent hypersonic missile test is not such a game-changer from the point of view of nuclear deterrence. India should keep a cool head....

Liberalized Drone Policy Calls for Strict Air Space Management Mechanism

Wg Cdr Swaim Prakash Singh, Senior Fellow, CAPS    Click to View


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