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June 2017 Geopolitics' focuses on the government's Defence Electronics Policy that has been in a limbo for the past three years. While there is still no clarity on the policy, DRDO and BEL have done promising work in the development of radars and counter-stealth technologies that can be passed on to private enterprises. This will not only make our defence production stronger but also allow SMEs to become an integral part of the 'Make in India' programme. There is also an indepth look at stealth fighters, the FGFA versus the AMCA debate, and a lot more. The issue also takes a detailed look at the Kashmir issue and the increasing restiveness and alienation of the youth and whether the Indian state needs to take the iron fist approach. Plus: Features on the Scorpene submarine programme.
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