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Geopolitics is an authoritative, independent and professional source of information about India's defence, security and diplomacy scenario. Providing a unique perspective on issues of the region, particularly with respect to security and defence, Geopolitics is a source of information and ideas for the civil-military establishment, manufacturers, academicians and the common man, who wish to make informed choices on geopolitical realties of the sub-continent. An unputdownable monthly publication from Newsline Publications, Geopolitics provides a forum for the significant and high profile community comprising decision-makers and policy-makers involved in India's National Security to express views on a wide range of issues from international diplomacy to multilateralism to the goings-on in the defense business across the world.
GEOPOLITICS February 2018 issue focuses on why the Modi government needs to take serious steps to increase India's military capabilities to maintain deterrence, in view of the threat of a two-front war. The cover story takes an indepth look at the Rafale deal: Starting with the government's decision to purchase 36 Rafale fighter jets, the issue focuses on the allegations that the deal has been marked by overpricing and crony capitalism. Also, a report on why the Rafale case between India and France will be a win-win situation for both the countries and why for the Modi government, procuring the Rafale was not a matter of choice but one of compulsion. The issue also deals with the Indian Army's moves to acquire new assault rifles and carbines to meet a long overdue requirement. A special report on the release by the Indian Navy of a detailed Request for Information for the procurement of 57 Multi-Role Carrier Borne Fighters. The diplomacy section deals with the important topic of Beijing systematically weakening the ASEAN as an organisation and why it is time New Delhi India should play a pro-active "Act-East" policy by having an Asian QUAD comprising India, Vietnam, Indonesia and Japan to synchronise their economies for trade, investment and manufacturing. Plus: All our regular features.