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IN THIS VOLUME:

• As India Consolidates its Comprehensive Power - Lt Gen JS Bajwa

INDIAN DEFENCE REVIEW COMMENT :

• Securing the Indian Skies - Gp Capt AK Sachdev

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• Air Defence Of India: Evolving Options - Air Marshal Anil Chopra

• Surviving Stealth: Responding to Low Observable Combat Jet Threat - Gp Capt Joseph Noronha

• Disorientations of National Defence - I - Lt Gen Gautam Banerjee

• Responding to War and Warfare in the Sixth Wave of Innovation (2020-2045) - Navneet Bhushan

• Aircraft Carriers and the Indian Maritime Calculas - Relevant and Essential - Commodore CP Srivastava

• Unveiling the ISI -Terrorist Nexus - Philip B Haney & JM Phelps

• Emerging Technologies in Contemporary Ocean Warfare - Abhinav Dutta

• The Way Ahead: Making India Self Reliant in Defence - Danvir Singh

• Emerging Technologies for Sixth-Generation Combat Aircraft - Air Marshal Anil Chopra

• Capability Enhancement Programme: A Cost Effective Approach to Modernisation of Land Systems - Lt Gen NB Singh

• The Relevance of Geography and History: In the Maritime Domain -Dr Sundaram Rajasimman

• The Indian Navy as an Instrument of Foreign Policy - Vice Admiral MP Muralidharan

• Article 370 and Pakistan’s Nuclear Bombast - Lt Gen (Dr) JS Bajwa

• CDS - will it include comprehensive reform? - Lt Gen Prakash Katoch

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Lancer Publishers LLC
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Sep 12, 2019
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92
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9781940988467
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English
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Political Science / Geopolitics
Political Science / Terrorism
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 IN THIS VOLUME:Propping up Proxies: India’s Inimical Neighbourhood – Lt Gen JS Bajwa (Editor)

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INDIAN DEFENCE REVIEW COMMENT

Indian Air Force: 2025 – Air Marshal Anil Chopra

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PLAAF: Rising Challenge for the IAF – Gp Capt B Menon

Pakistan Air Force Today: Implications for India – Gp Capt B Menon

LCA Tejas: The never ending wait! – Air Marshal Anil Chopra

The IAF and its need for close Air Support – Sqn Ldr Vijainder K Thakur

Need for an Indian Marine Force – Col JK Achuthan

Taiwan – Why Shy Full Relations? – Lt Gen Prakash Katoch

India - Taiwan Relations: A Comprehensive Security Perspective – Tien-Sze Fang

BRICS: A Strategic Self Appraisal – S Rajasimman

India’s Military Might: The Real Truth – Lt Gen Amarjeet S Chabbewal

Flexible Reach: Balancing the IAF’s Air Transport Fleet – Gp Capt Joseph Noronha

Future of Rotary Wing Craft – Gp Capt AK Sachdev

Aerospace and Defence News – Priya Tyagi

No place to Hide: Latest Developments in Air Defence Missiles – Gp Capt Joseph Noronha

Will advances in UAVs Edge out Manned Aircraft? – Gp Capt AK Sachdev

What Ails India’s Defence Industrial Complex? – Lt Gen Prakash Katoch

MSMES in Defence Production: A Neglected Sector – Air Marshal Dhiraj Kukreja

Russian Domination of the Syrian Battleground – Danvir Singh

Petro-Jihadism: The Conspiracy within the Imperishable War in the Arab World – Maj Lal Ananth

Splintering Naxalism in India: Maoism or Money? – V Balasubramaniyan

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 IN THIS VOLUME:

Doklam: India at an Inflection Point in its Quest for Regional/Global Power Status - Lt Gen JS Bajwa (Editor)

 

Directed Energy Weapons: Game Changer Or A Damp Squib? - Gp Capt Joseph Noronha

 

Advances in Technology: Battlefield Helicopters - Gp Capt AK Sachdev

 

Space: The Force Multiplier For Air Power - Air Marshal Anil Chopra

 

MiG-35, F-16, Gripen or Better Choice? - Sumit Walia

 

Look Long, Look Deep: China’s Airborne Warning and Control Systems - Gp Capt Ravinder Singh Chhatwal

 

Our Armed Forces: Do We Take Them Seriously? - Sanjiv Khanna

 

China’s ‘Contentious’ Path To War? - Anant Mishra

 

Balancing Politics and Power: Prognosis of China’s Military Build-up - Lt Gen Gautam Banerjee

 

Embrace the Future of Kashmir - Lt Gen Subrata Saha

 

Resurgence of Ulfa (I) in Assam: Implications for Internal Security - Indrajit Sharma & Dr N Mohandas Singh

 

Naval Combat Systems: Evolution and Future Perspectives - Cmde Arun Kumar

 

Aerospace and Defence News - Priya Tyagi

 

Deepening India-Israel Ties: Changing Landscape of the Indian Defence Sector - Ketan Salhotra

 

Indo-Israel Relations: Make with India - Tamir Eshel

 

Strategic Partnership with Private Players: An Overview - Danvir Singh

 

Pax Britannica Whittled Down to an Island Kingdom: (Intrigues that Built an Empire: Intrigued by Wheels of History) - Lt Gen PG Kamath

 

North Korea - A Delinquent State? - Air Marshal Dhiraj Kukreja

 

The Offset Policy - A Decade in Retrospect - Dr SN Misra

 

Pakistan for Balochistan, not Balochis - RSN Singh

 

Army’s Battlefield Support System: Fielding Initially Planned by 2017 could take Another Decade - Lt Gen Prakash Katoch

 

China has done India a Favor - Dr Amarjit Singh

 

Shekatkar Committee Report: Genuine ‘Reforms’ or Cosmetic ‘Re-grouping’? - Gp Capt TP Srivastava

 

Who made North Korea a nuclear power? Dr A.Q. Khan? - Sumit Walia

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Maps have a mysterious hold over us. Whether ancient, crumbling parchments or generated by Google, maps tell us things we want to know, not only about our current location or where we are going but about the world in general. And yet, when it comes to geo-politics, much of what we are told is generated by analysts and other experts who have neglected to refer to a map of the place in question.

All leaders of nations are constrained by geography. In “one of the best books about geopolitics” (The Evening Standard), now updated to include 2016 geopolitical developments, journalist Tim Marshall examines Russia, China, the US, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Japan, Korea, and Greenland and the Arctic—their weather, seas, mountains, rivers, deserts, and borders—to provide a context often missing from our political reportage: how the physical characteristics of these countries affect their strengths and vulnerabilities and the decisions made by their leaders.

Offering “a fresh way of looking at maps” (The New York Times Book Review), Marshall explains the complex geo-political strategies that shape the globe. Why is Putin so obsessed with Crimea? Why was the US destined to become a global superpower? Why does China’s power base continue to expand? Why is Tibet destined to lose its autonomy? Why will Europe never be united? The answers are geographical. “In an ever more complex, chaotic, and interlinked world, Prisoners of Geography is a concise and useful primer on geopolitics” (Newsweek) and a critical guide to one of the major determining factors in world affairs.
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