C Uday Bhaskar

C Uday Bhaskar

The author is director, Society for Policy Studies, New Delhi

Acquisitions long overdue

The Indian Army has been in dire need of acquiring greater fire-power by way of the artillery and this was evidenced during the Kargil war of 1999.

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Opinion: Dynamics around Putin’s India visit

India remains a distinctive swing State for all three of its major interlocutors: Russia, US and China.

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Opinion: Military edge to India-US ties

The inking of COMCASA will enhance the operational capability of existing US-origin platforms in the Indian military

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Opinion: Imran Khan’s first major challenge

It appears that Pakistan’s foreign and security policies will now have to factor in one more player – the TLP and its ideological clones.

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Opinion: China’s increased presence in Maldives has resulted in a shrinking of New Delhi’s profile

Over the last decade, China’s political, trade-economic and military foot-print in the Indian  neighbourhood is being enhanced in a visible manner.

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