The remaking of war; Part 1: Risk of 19th Century international politics being pursued using 21st Century military means looms large
This is the first part of a series on the evolution of war and warfare across decades. Over the course of these articles, the relationship between technology and war will be put under the magnifying glass
Upgraded BrahMos with 500-kilometre range ready; India becomes only country to integrate long-range missiles into fighter jets
The upgraded version of the homegrown BrahMos missile with an enhanced range of up to 500 km is ready, the CEO of BrahMos Aerospace, Sudhir Kumar Mishra, has said
Google had decided not to renew the project with the US Defence Department after it expires in 2019.
Mohan Bhagwat's idea of combat is primal: Modern warfare is about technology, not bloodshed and martyrs
The next modern war between two major nations will be as different from the Iraq war of 2003 as the Iraq war was from the Battle of Plassey in 1757.
Bipin Rawat warns of two-front war with China and Pakistan: India must be vigilant and upgrade its defences at the earliest
Delivering the keynote address at a seminar on Future Contours and Trends in Warfare, at New Delhi on 6 September, army chief General Bipin Rawat categorically stated that despite nuclear deterrence, the possibility of a war on two fronts cannot be ruled out.
Days after Modi-Xi meeting, Army chief says China is encroaching territory: Bipin Rawat warns of two-front war
India should be prepared for a two-front war, Army chief Bipin Rawat said on Wednesday, adding that the threat of conflict was real on both western and northern borders, and deterrence in form of nuclear bombs or military power may not actually stop it.
Lt Gen Bipin Rawat as army chief: Strategic vision, not tactical achievements may have swung decision
Let us hope that Lt. Gen Bipin Rawat has been rewarded by the Modi government for his “strategic” leadership (or its assessment that the new chief will provide such a leadership) attributes, not necessarily for his “tactical” achievements in Kashmir, the China-borders and dealing with counterinsurgencies
The 2013 hack affecting a billion Yahoo users shows how seemingly innocuous bits of data gleaned from cyber attacks can be exploited for espionage and information warfare, as well as for profit.
The suicide attacks at Nagrota and at Samba on Tuesday morning highlighted the urgency of reorienting war tactics radically
Jody Williams speaks of why some countries object to these weapons, her expectations from the meetings and why LAWS could change the way wars are fought.
ICT has become the DNA of modern day warfare, making the development of appropriate technology to ensure information dominance over the adversary a very pertinent issue for India's armed forces.