Author: National Interest

RIP, U.S. Navy?: How Much Damage Can Iran’s Submarines Do in a War?

Why would Iran invest considerable sums in building its own submarines instead of shelling out for off-the-shelf hardware in

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Coming to India’s Aircraft Carriers: America’s F/A-18 Super Hornet?

Dan Gillian, Boeing’s program manager for the F/A-18 and EA-18G, told Economic Times that his company had done simulations of the

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Why the AK-203 Might Be the Deadliest Assault Rifle on Planet Earth

The AK-203 eschews the infamous jamming and temperature operability problems plaguing the INSAS rifle, while boasting superior a lighter

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Russia’s Su-57 Stealth Fighter Could Fly for India. Here’s Why.

As Moscow moves to mass-produce the Su-57 in much larger quantities than previously expected, the Indian Air Force (IAF)

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I See You: India Says It Can Track China’s Stealth Fighters

In January 2011, the maiden flight of a large, dagger-like grey jet announced that China had developed its first

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A Bold Idea for Security Reform in the Indo-Pacific Region

Former Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan’s recent speech at the Shangri-La Dialogue was expected to herald a new

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Two soldiers injured in Pak firing along LoC in J&K

Two Army personnel were injured in Pakistani firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district of Jammu

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Forget the AK-47: This Sig Sauer Rifle Might Be Better

In February 2019, the Indian Army announced the purchase of SIG716G2 7.62x51mm battle rifles. The SIG716 is meant to

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India and Pakistan: Two Nations Always At the Brink of Nuclear War

In other words, as the Kashmir dispute continues to fester, inducing periodic terrorist attacks on India and fueling the

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Pentagon slams China’s missile test in South China Sea

The Pentagon has called China's missile launch in the disputed South China Sea as "disturbing" and contrary to Chinese

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