Importance of Shaheen Exercises for Pakistan Air Force and Indian Concerns Articles Asia Defense & Security

Importance of Shaheen Exercises for Pakistan Air Force and Indian Concerns

Military exercises are the highest form of military training and real-time application of theoretical knowledge. The objective of the military exercises is to increase the combat readiness, training, and learn…

The Brahman Strategic Syncretism Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Brahman Strategic Syncretism

Hinduism is “dharma” or a code of conduct; a disjoint from fundamentals is at the locus of its peculiarity. Its amorphism personifies its millennial survival and resilience. It is identified as one…

Role of Border Infrastructural Development in Disputed Areas: An Assessment of India’s Vulnerable Chicken’s Neck Articles Asia Defense & Security

Role of Border Infrastructural Development in Disputed Areas: An Assessment of India’s Vulnerable Chicken’s Neck

An internationally recognised border frames a state and binds it by its sovereignty. This border-framing defines the power of a state with respect to a particular piece of land. Hence,…

The ‘Indian Chronicles’: India’s Information Weaponisation against Pakistan Articles Asia Defense & Security

The ‘Indian Chronicles’: India’s Information Weaponisation against Pakistan

Within Pakistan, the discourse on India’s Fifth Generation Warfare (5GW) employing hybrid, i.e. strategic as well as non-strategic tactics against Pakistan has echoed for some time but with limited traction….

Balakot Strike Articles Asia Defense & Security

India’s Balakot Folly: A Case of Coercion Going Awry

In his book “Escalation and the Nuclear Option”, Bernard Brodie warned analysts against conflating occasional outbreaks of violence with a failure of deterrence. Mercifully, one constant across nuclear ages has…

Debating the Implications of India’s Fast-Tracked Missile Testing Articles Asia Defense & Security

Debating the Implications of India’s Fast-Tracked Missile Testing

India’s quest for regional hegemony and the existence of great power politics has increased the fragility of South Asian strategic stability. Its continued development of missile programs in quantity and…

Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Articles Asia Oceania South East Asia Trade & Economics

RCEP: Asia’s New Trade Pact?

In the post-Cold War Era, regionalism in Asia has gained momentum, albeit gradually. A defining feature of Asia’s economic and political landscape is multilateralism. It can be argued that Asian…

Indian Legalisation of Demographic Change in Kashmir Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Indian Legalisation of Demographic Change in Kashmir

There is a palpable fear that the demographics of the Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) are set to change after a series of moves by the Indian government which have…

Pakistan’s Cartographic Move: Rationale and Prospects Articles Asia Defense & Security

Pakistan’s Cartographic Move: Rationale and Prospects

Pakistan categorically rejected the outrageous abrogation of Articles 370 and 35-A by India. Post-abrogation, the Indian map depicted the unlawfully occupied territories of Jammu and Kashmir as a part of…

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Whither Strategic Autonomy? India Signs BECA

India has finally signed the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) with the US after years of discussion and US insistence. The BECA agreement is the last of the four…

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