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  • Friends and Neighbors: India and Southeast Asia

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Tridivesh Singh Maini

    India’s relationship with Southeast Asia has numerous components. Historically, trade between India’s coastal kingdoms of Orissa and Southern India and countries in Southeast Asia such as ...

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  • Russia's Nuclear Doctrine: Toward Pre-emption?

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

      The first week of September 2014 saw reports floating in from sources such as the Ria Novosti[1] news agency and The Moscow Times[2] newspaper that Russia was seeking to amend the nuclear po...

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  • Is Turkey breaking with NATO?

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

      Early in 2015, reports came in that Turkey was likely to continue with a deal to purchase missile defense systems from China[1] as part of plans to modernize its Armed Forces to adapt to a n...

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  • Indonesia's military doctrinal stagnation

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Andi Widjajanto

    Military reform is one of the key issues of structural change in post-Soeharto Indonesia. From 1998 through 2008, much of Indonesia’s energy was spent on dealing with the political baggage of...

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  • Israel's discontent over the Iranian nuclear deal

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

      While the recent Iranian nuclear deal drew a sigh of relief for US President Barack Obama and his administration, one ally has been less than impressed. Since November 2013, when the first ...

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  • Israel's sea-based deterrence

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

    Every country actively involved in developing nuclear-capable missile capabilities aspires to possess sea-based deterrence to strengthen their posture vis-à-vis adversaries. Nuclear weapon stat...

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  • ISIS and the nuclear bomb

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

    One of the biggest security threats for rational states has been the use of nuclear bombs by rogue non-state actors who do not abide by international law on the use of nuclear weapons.  As the t...

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  • Pakistan's reluctance on FMCT

    DIGITAL ARTICLE | COMMENTARIES by: Debalina Ghoshal

    Pakistan’s reluctance to join the Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty (FMCT) is one of the main reasons why the treaty’s progress has stalled. The FMCT is an international arrangement still i...

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