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PEACE IN THE KOREAN PENINSULAR-A MIRAGE?

Author: LT GEN Dalip Bhardwaj PVSM, VSM (RETD)

The Trump Administration would, no doubt, be in a dilemma as its present stand is that first North Korea must submit an inventory of the total number of nuclear weapons it hold and their location, thereafter their destruction (or a greater part of them) prior to the declaration of peace. The Pyongyang agreement falls well short of the US’ expectation. South Korea expects that the agreement would facilitate dialogue between the US and North Korea and expect a second Trump-Kim dialogue to take place soon.


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KIM-TRUMP SUMMIT: TAKEAWAYS FOR INDIA

Author: Air Marshal Dhiraj Kukreja PVSM, AVSM, VSM (retd)

Trump is shaking international relations like few US presidents have done in the past. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, understanding the rapid changes coming about in the world order, moved swiftly to re-emphasise ties with China and Russia through quick informal summits with President Xi Jinping in Wuhan and President Vladimir Putin in Sochi.


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Realistic Ties – Nuclearisation Programme

Author: Lt Gen SN Handa PVSM, AVSM, VSM (Retd)

In the foreseeable future, it may not be realistic to expect a total severance of mutual cooperation between Pakistan and North Korea especially in an environment where the militaries and intelligence agencies of the two countries have a history of close ties of over four decades and continue to be closely associated with and in total control of the missile and nuclear weapon programmes of their countries.


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INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY– PAST AND PRESENT

Author: Maj Gen Ashok Hukku YSM (Retd)

India is now caught up in the existential power play between the US, Russia and China. New Delhi has to steer its foreign policy very carefully, it will have to keep its relationship with all three intact and on a strong footing. However, it cannot afford to give in to pressures as that would be the end of India’s strategic autonomy.


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TOXIC TERROR: ARE WE PREPARED?

Author: Col (Dr) Ram Athavale (retd)

The distinction between internal and external security is fading. It is famously said, India has secure borders but insecure citizen. Terrorists can slip into our societies, and exploit our openness to inflict massive attacks. Analysis clearly indicates the growing possibility of CBRN terrorism in the Indian subcontinent. We need to be extra vigilant and fully prepared to prevent and deter, and if faced with, respond effectively to CBRN terrorism incidents.


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