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Geopolitics' December issue is focused on the Indian Navy. Slated to become a 212-warship force by 2027, the Indian Navy faces major obstacles. While on one hand, India's responsibility as a net security provider for the Indian Ocean region is huge, it is also important that it needs a strong navy that befits its size, geographical location and global stature. Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba holds forth on the plans and projections for the Indian Navy as well as issues like the induction of women in combat roles. The issue also looks at India's plans for a formidable aircraft carrier fleet that is at present in the realm of uncertainty as well as the plans for a formidable submarine fleet for defending the nation's interests that are now falling into place. Plus: All the regular features.
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.