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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.
The focus for the August issue of Geopolitics is on: Make in India. Will the Modi government be able to usher in a new era for the country's defence industry by placing private arms manufacturers at the heart of its mission to transform India into an industrial power? However, there should be a thrust on local products which should be competitively priced because the defence budget cannot be made to sustain and bankroll an inefficient local production regime. Unless an indigenous product is priced attractively with a developed eco-system, mission 'Make in India' will remain a pipe dream. Also, a detailed look at the problems facing India's OFB and DPSUs that make the foreign partners uneasy. Most of the problems emanate with the excessive delays and cost overruns associated with manufacturing inefficiency as well as poor quality control. In the international section, Geopolitics looks at how due to complementarities in Japan and India's development cooperation approaches and their blossoming strategic convergences, both are exploring the possibilities of trilateral cooperation with the continent of Africa. Also: An extract from Professor Saifuddin Soz's recent book on why armed militancy has been rising in Kashmir. Plus: All regular features.