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CYBER WARFARE AND NATIONAL SECURITY
Author: Wg Cdr MK Sharma
ISBN 978-93-87324-50-3

 

 

ASIAN DEFENCE REVIEW 2018
Editor: Air Marshal Vinod Patney
ISBN 978-93-87324-36-7

 

 

OPERATION CACTUS
Author: Gp Capt Ashok K.Chordia (Retd.) 
ISBN 978-93-86288-98-1

 

 

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

 

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CAPS - IN FOCUS

A LOOK INTO JAPAN’S REMILITARIZATION
Ms Anushree Dutta, Research Associate, CAPS
16 October 2018:
 Japan’s remilitarization will lead to major shift in the geopolitical balance in East Asia.  Japan seems to have already taken steps towards remilitarization. Read more

THE RUAV & THE “MEHAR BABA” PRIZE
Wg Cdr BS Nijjar, Research Fellow, CAPS
08 October 2018:
 On October 03, 2018 Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa PVSM AVSM VSM VM ADC announced the institution of the “Mehar Baba” prize worth Rs 10 lakh with a provision...Read more

IS THE THREAT OF NUCLEAR TERRORISM REAL?
Ms Sreoshi Sinha, Research Associate, CAPS
01 October 2018:
The latest biennial index of nuclear security prepared by the Nuclear Threat Initiative, that was published on 5th September, 2018, titled “Building a Framework for Assurance, Accountability, and Action”...Read more

ENVIRONMENTALLY CHALLENGED MALDIVES: CHINA’S GAMBLE TO DOMINATE INDIAN OCEAN
Mr. Cyriac S. Pampackal
28 September 2018:
 Since the entry of China, there has been a paradigm shift in Maldivian behaviour and policies. An island nation which was planning to invest its revenue to buy land on foreign countries...Read more

YEMEN WAR: WORSENING HUMANITARIAN CATASTROPHE
Dr. Dipanwita Chakravortty, Research Associate, CAPS
27 September 2018:
On 19 September 2018, the UN Humanitarian Chief Mark Lowcock said, “A famine inflicting huge loss of life could strike at any time in Yemen,...Read more

HUMAN SPACEFLIGHT - A TIMELY AND BOLD DECISION BY INDIA
Gp Capt Anand Rao, Senior Fellow, CAPS
23 September 2018:
Seeking to put humans in orbit or land them on the moon is the ultimate challenge which combines both - the space science and technology, as well as space biology....Read more

PAKISTAN’S ECONOMIC CRISIS: LONG MARCH FOR IMRAN KHAN
Dr Shalini Chawla, Senior Fellow, CAPS
04 September 2018:
 Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, in his inaugural address to the nation, unveiled his constructive vision for the nation and vowed to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state....Read more

SIGNIFICANCE OF SCO FOR INDIA -PEACE MISSION EXERCISE-2018
Dr Poonam Mann, Associate Fellow, CAPS
31 August 2018:
A fast changing security paradigm is throwing up new challenges and concerns. These threats range from inter-state conflicts, terrorism to economic, demographic and social tensions, ethno-religious issues,...Read more

US–CHINA TRADE WAR: DANGERS OF VALIDATING THE ‘CHURCHILL TRAP’
Ms Bhavna Singh, Associate Fellow, CAPS
24 August 2018:
Early in July 2018, the US imposed a duty of $34billion worth of products on Chinese goods jolting the two into atrade war.In retaliation the Chinese slapped an additional 25 percent...Read more

WHY THEATRE COMMANDS IS AN UNNECESSARY IDEA
Air Chief Marshal  S Krishnaswamy (Ret'd)
20 August 2018:
There have been murmurs of a debate in recent days about the idea of forming three integrated military Theatre Commands, covering the Northern, Eastern and Southern territory,...Read more

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