Author: The Diplomat

Australia Expands Its Maritime Power in the Indian Ocean

The announcement of Indo-Pacific Endeavor 19, a naval deployment launched in March by the Australian navy and involving exercises

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India and Pakistan’s Main Battle Tank Forces: An Overview

As the crisis between India and Pakistan that began earlier this month is showing no signs of quickly dissipating,

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India Clears Procurement of 5,000 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles From France

The Indian Defense Acquisition Council, the Ministry of Defense’s (MoD) principal procurement body chaired by Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, approved

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Is the Indian Military Capable of Executing the Cold Start Doctrine?

The Indian Army’s so-called Cold Start doctrine (CSD), also known as Pro-Active doctrine, a doctrine geared toward swift offensive

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Why India Fears Trump’s Emerging Afghanistan Approach

Last week, U.S. President Donald Trump decided to pull out about 7,000 American troops from Afghanistan. The decision to

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India, Japan Air Forces Hold First Joint Military Exercise

The Japan Air Self Defense Force (JASDF) and Indian Air Force (IAF) are conducting their first joint air exercise,

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Indian Ocean Naval Symposium: Advancing India’s Interests in the IOR

The Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this week at Kochi, India. Primarily created

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Be Prepared For An India-Pakistan Limited War

Nuclear strategy and deterrence in South Asia will play by its own rules. As obvious as this statement is,

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India To Procure 1,000 Engines For T-72 Main Battle Tank Force

India’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) has approved the procurement of 1,000 new engines for the Indian Army’s T-72M1 Ajeya

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India Is Still Losing To China In The Border Infrastructure War

It has been a year since India and China ended the 73-day border crisis in Doklam.

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