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Are combat roles for women suitable in Army and Navy?
Deepak Sinha
06 November 2015
Allowing women in combat roles in the Air Force is very different from such deployments in Navy or Army. This is mainly because, while the Air Force can ensure their selective employment on tasks within our borders, the same does not hold true for naval ships or more so for the Army.
View from Exercise Malabar 2015
Pushan Das
04 November 2015
Indian Navy's reported lack of enthusiasm in increasing the number of participating ships and aircraft reflects the susceptibility of the Indian establishment to cave in to Chinese sensitivities. From a peak contribution of eight warships in 2007, the number has dropped to four this year.
Afghanistan after the US-Iran nuclear deal
Ashraf Haidari
04 November 2015
Afghanistan strongly supports the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal, which should ease inter-state tensions. This should allow for a more collaborative, win-win environment in the Greater Middle East where regional and extra-regional stakeholders must avoid further delays in cooperating with one another.
Exercise Malabar: What does it means for Japan?
Vindu Mai Chotani
29 October 2015
For Japan, which deployed missile destroyer J S Fuyuzuki and SH 60K helicopters on India's invitation, the Malabar Exercise signals the growing importance of ties between the two nations as well as the personal importance that PM Modi has attached to India's strategic ties with Japan.
India and Israel: Conflicted Friends Look to the Future
Kanchi Gupta
27 October 2015
India's ability to separate the Palestinian issue from Indo-Israeli relations could be tested in the future. As the security situation in Israel and the Palestinian territories deteriorates and Israel faces greater international pressure to negotiate an end to the conflict, it may not be long before Tel Aviv turns to New Delhi for diplomatic support.
Is legitimising a nuclear Pakistan in the interest of the global nuclear regime?
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
26 October 2015
The key problem with offering NSG membership to Pakistan is its obstructionist approach. Pakistan will try to block any decision which it might think will be advantageous to India. Since the NSG functions on the principle of consensus, Pakistan's pursuit of parity with India will lead to a stalemate within the NSG.
How beneficial are joint exercises by the military?
P.K. Ghosh
26 October 2015
Most of the joint exercises being conducted by security forces, like like the Malabar 2015, are of the simple basic variety and, hence, really provide no 'net value addition' to the Indian force that participates. Thus, approvals for such exercises should necessitate a case-by-case approach in the future.
Malabar Exercise: A concert of democracies on the high seas
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan & Sylvia Mishra
23 October 2015
Exercise Malabar and the trilateral dialogue have assumed significance in the backdrop of the US' rebalance to Asia and India's Act East Policy. The growing convergence of interests among the US, Japan and India on issues such as the Indian Ocean, maritime security, respect for international law and a stable Asian security order has driven the trilateral dialogue.
Dotcom bubble, version 2.0
Ashok Malik
17 October 2015
Is the digital economy about digitising the real economy, society and governance - or is it simply a valuation game? The question is particularly valid as a series of digital and e-commerce companies have totted up impressive funding without knowing how to build a sustainable business model.
China-Pak air drill in Tibet: Lessons for India?
Pushan Das
16 October 2015
China's relation with Pakistan has become one of the most comprehensive one that Beijing has with any country. The strategic imperatives of developing Pakistan as a bulwark against India has been among Beijing's overriding objectives in influencing the balance of power in South Asia.
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