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Geopolitics (April 2019) issue focuses on the aftermath of the Balakot airstrikes executed by the Indian Airforce. The edition analyses the needs and existing capabilities of the Indian Army, Navy and Airforce in the likely scenario of a future war with Pakistan. With tensions on the international border likely to escalate, the issue carries detailed articles on the effectiveness of India's 'Cold Start Doctrine' and ways to counter Pakistan's nuclear blackmail. The edition also carries detailed articles on how the ruling NDA-2 government has kicked-off Indian Army's infantry weapons modernisation programme which has been pending for long. The issue also carries a detailed article on preparations for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dream mission to launch three Indian vyomanauts to space by 2022. The April issue also carries analytical write-ups on the future of QUAD (India- Australia- US- Japan strategic equations), India's future nuclear doctrine and the dire need to phase-out ageing MiG-21 fighter jets of the IAF and buy newer aircrafts. The edition also carries an update on India's first ever Anti-Satellite missile test which pushed the country into the big league of space superpowers. It concludes with the regular features along with a book review of Dr. C. Christine Fair's 'In their own words- Understanding the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba'.

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