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‘India Cannot Trust Pak Or China, Should Not Vacate Saltoro

NEW DELHI: Not a single shot has been fired on the Siachen Glacier after India took control of it through ‘Operation Meghdoot’ in 1984 by foiling Pakistani designs. Recently, responding to a question on whether the glacier can be demilitarised, Army chief General MM Naravane said India wasn’t averse to the idea but the precondition […]Read More

Agni-5: Target China

NEW DELHI: The first user trial of Agni-5, India’s first intercontinental ballistic missile, has been successful. It comes amidst the Ladakh standoff; the missile has a range of over 5000 km, which means it can cover the whole of China. On ‘The Gist’, StratNews Global Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale is in conversation with Dr Avinash […]Read More

Import of CIA’s Renewed China Focus

NEW DELHI: The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is redoing its sums on China, making certain organisational changes to enhance its capacity to monitor and anticipate Beijing’s policies. The goal is to ensure continued US dominance in key areas of technology including defence, energy and global health. In this conversation on StratNewsGlobal, Vikram Sood, former […]Read More

Talks Fail As China Doesn’t Agree to Resolve Remaining LAC

NEW DELHI: The 13th round of Corps Commander-level talks between India and China that took place on Sunday has collapsed. India says China did not agree to constructive suggestions to resolve the outstanding issues along the Line of Actual Control. Nor did it make any forward looking proposal. The Chinese PLA put out a statement, […]Read More

East Of The North-East: A Journey To Eastern Arunachal

NEW DELHI: Two weeks after our trip to Eastern Arunachal Pradesh, tonight Editor-in-Chief Nitin A. Gokhale decided to take questions and answer queries live from our viewers on the highlights of the trip and his impressions about the changed circumstances in the area and why one should feel confident about India’s military preparedness in the […]Read More

India-Sri Lanka, Getting Back On Track

NEW DELHI: After a period of many lows, India’s foreign secretary Harsh Shringla was in Sri Lanka to put relations back on track. A deal has been signed on the development of the west container terminal of Colombo Port by the Adani group. India is also expected to pitch in humanitarian aid and other assistance […]Read More

‘Cyberspace Has Moved To Centrestage Of Global Security, Underpins Military

NEW DELHI: On ‘Talking Point’, Dr Greg Austin, Senior Fellow, Cyber, Space & Future Conflict, The International Institute for Strategic Studies(IISS), Professor, Cyber Security, Strategy & Diplomacy, University of New South Wales and Author, ‘Cybersecurity in China’ and Kazim Rizvi, Public-policy Entrepreneur, Founding Director, The Dialogue and Founding Partner, DeepStrat are in conversation with StratNews […]Read More