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Indian armed forces joint doctrine: Elusive quest for integration

    Indian armed forces joint doctrine: Elusive quest for integration

INDIAN ARMED FORCES INTEGRATION “The concepts of Military Power application of the three Armed Forces have congruence in the fact that manifestation of effect (consequent to force application) ultimately has

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President Hasan Rouhani’s landslide in Iran show elections alone do not make a democracy

MANOJ JOSHI PM Modi with Iranian President Rouhani Source: Wikipedia FARZAD B IRAN ROUHANI President Hasan Rouhani’s landslide victory in the Presidential elections is good news for Iranians as well

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Iran votes for reform

But President Rouhani’s challenges, domestically and with the US and Arab neighbours, are just beginning. Iranian President elect Hassan Rouhani Source: Hassanrouhani/Twitter HASAN ROUHANI IRAN After a difficult campaign, President

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Challenges before new South Korean President

K. V. KESAVAN South Koreans could not have chosen a better candidate than Moon Jae-in for the presidency, considering the current tense political and strategic situation of the Peninsula. CHINA

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Standing up to China: Modi govt has changed the terms of engagement with Beijing

    Standing up to China: Modi govt has changed the terms of engagement with Beijing

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi consolidates his power over the Indian political landscape, his government should not lose sight of the fact that China poses the most significant strategic challenge

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Protecting India’s interests in the Middle East: Militancy and non-state actors

    Protecting India’s interests in the Middle East: Militancy and non-state actors

The emergence of the so-called Islamic State (also known as ISIS, ISIL, or by its Arabic name, Daesh) in the wake of the Arab Spring uprisings has changed the regional

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India’s Foreign Policy: Past, Present and the Future

    India’s Foreign Policy: Past, Present and the Future

Dr. Shashi Tharoor, former Minister of State (Foreign Affairs), has emphasised on the importance of maintaining good relations with India’s neighbourhood in order to ensure that the troubles on the

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South China Sea | Vol. VI, Issue 4

    South China Sea | Vol. VI, Issue 4

THE ISSUE: Law and Rhetoric in the South China Sea ASEAN and China recently announced that they had agreed on the first draft framework of the much-awaited Code of Conduct

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Trump’s fickleness: Marginally better than Obama’s fecklessness

  Trump’s fickleness: Marginally better than Obama’s fecklessness

RAJESH RAJAGOPALAN Trump’s fickleness goes two ways: it is not just that American allies are no longer sure that they

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