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China’s Infrastructure vulnerable to Ballistic Missile attack?

Roshan Writes: Ballistic missile and its proliferation are transforming the nature of warfare. The deterrence factor associated with this technology cannot be underestimated. In the modern age, no nation can think of a full-fledged war and if some nation becomes aggressive and think that it can bulldoze its way, they should think twice about the consequences.

North Korean leader Kim visits the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun to mark the 61st anniversary of the victory of the Korean people in the Fatherland Liberation War

China’s Deft Diplomatic Maneuvers in Dealing with North Korea

Roshan Writes: With the ouster of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, the US intentions of dealing with North Korea aggressively may be weakened, as the new elected leader, post elections, may not be inclined to deal with the neighbour in the same aggressive manner as the US may desire.


India, Russia likely to sign 18 agreements during ‘17th Annual Summit Meet’

Bhatnagar writes: ‘Defence Cooperation’ has been one of the pillars of the multi-dimensional ‘Special and Privileged Strategic Partnership’ between India and Russia. ‘Military Diplomacy’ initiatives focusing on enhanced military to military engagements/interactions and reenergised defence cooperation can rejuvenate the overall bilateral relations; a geopolitical imperative for maintenance of global and regional ‘Balance of Power’ and ‘Bridging of Gaps’.


BRICS 8th Annual Summit at Goa

Dr Raj Kumar Sharma writes: Engaging with BRICS gives India diplomatic space to adjust its relations with the major and emerging powers and consolidate on issues where there is convergence of interests.