It is in India’s interest to de-escalate the standoff with Pakistan.
A chapter from a recent book examines the dynamics of the Uri strikes.
It is time that politicians ask the military what political objectives are achievable through use of force and what are the risks involved.
Had India and Pakistan not been nuclear powers, Kargil would have played out differently. What are the lessons it holds for the nuclear age?
The new Defence Planning Committee needs to overcome structural flaws to be successful.
India should not seek a reset with China that is based on our inferiority. We can and must assert ourselves.
While technological innovation can be a captivating narrative for military superiority, India should not blindly buy into this optical power.
Decreasing the tenures of Army leaders from 24 months to 18 months is counter-productive.
We need to select our military leaders on the basis of merit, not seniority.