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In this issue

Geopolitics’ September, 2022 edition mainly focusses on the Indian Army’s artillery modernisation programme. The issue analyses the significance of boosting India-Israel strategic ties. The edition also carries comprehensive articles on encouraging the private sector to produce small arms in India, the strategic importance of the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), and the SPRINT initiative. Two reports on the successful operationalisation of INS Vikrant, and the upcoming launch of Artemis-1 mission by NASA makes the issue a very interesting read. The Diplomacy section carries a feature on engaging with the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and its international recognition. The Periscope section carries a writeup on the recent launch of ISRO’s SSLV (Small Satellite Launch Vehicle) rocket which can easily be converted to a superheavy Indian thermonuclear ICBM (Intercontinental-range Ballistic Missile) with global strike capabilities in the near future. Two focus features on India-Russia nuclear cooperation, and Nexter’s new age artillery systems brings the edition to a logical conclusion. The September, 2022 issue of the magazine is a must-read for everybody.

INS VIKRANT OPERATIONALISED

With the commissioning of INS Vikrant, India has entered into a select group of nations having the niche capability to indigenously design and build an aircraft carrier from the scratch

INS VIKRANT OPERATIONALISED

7 mins

A MAKE IN INDIA IAC

INS Vikrant's operationalisation is a real testimony to the country's resolve for self-reliance and 'Make in India'

A MAKE IN INDIA IAC

2 mins

ARMING INDIA'S SMALL ARMS INDUSTRY

VAIBHAV AGRAWAL argues why the need of the hour is to stop emergency purchases, and encourage the private sector to come forward in producing small arms

ARMING INDIA'S SMALL ARMS INDUSTRY

8 mins

ARTILLERY MODERNISATION: AN URGENT NEED OF THE HOUR

At a time when India is increasingly facing a multi-front challenge from China and Pakistan, it is quite evident that the Indian military’s artillery modernisation programme needs a huge thrust from the government

ARTILLERY MODERNISATION: AN URGENT NEED OF THE HOUR

10+ mins

FORGING AN EVERLASTING MILITARY PARTNERSHIP: INDIA-ISRAEL BHAI BHAI !

With a legacy spanning across three decades, Indo-Israeli strategic ties are poised to scale new heights, where even the sky is not the limit

FORGING AN EVERLASTING MILITARY PARTNERSHIP: INDIA-ISRAEL BHAI BHAI !

10+ mins

US Is Not Happy With Israel, For Its Alliance With Foe China

For Israel, the partnership with the US is not simply strategic but at the very core of its existential matrix. The India partnership, on the other hand, is often described as one made in heaven. But why is China then such a dominant Israeli partner? PRAKASH NANDA dissects the American unhappiness at this strange alliance

US Is Not Happy With Israel, For Its Alliance With Foe China

7 mins

THE BAY OF BENGAL: A GEOPOLITICAL HOTSPOT FOR INDIA

The Bay of Bengal is increasingly becoming a new strategic battleground in the Indo-Pacific

THE BAY OF BENGAL: A GEOPOLITICAL HOTSPOT FOR INDIA

8 mins

THE 'SPRINT' INITIATIVE

ARITRA BANERJEE reports on how the Indian Navy has taken some steps towards "self-reliance in defence"

THE 'SPRINT' INITIATIVE

6 mins

ENGAGING WITH THE TALIBAN

While almost all nations in the region appear to favour engagement with Taliban ruled Afghanistan, they, ironically, have stopped short of recognising a regime that is an international pariah

ENGAGING WITH THE TALIBAN

9 mins

BOEING SUPER SELLS THE SUPER HORNET

Boeing says its F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet fighter is the best solution for the Indian Navy to operate from its aircraft carriers.

BOEING SUPER SELLS THE SUPER HORNET

2 mins

TVS-2M IS FUEL-EFFICIENT, RELIABLE AND COST-EFFICIENT

The construction of nuclear reactors for civilian nuclear energy began in the distant 1954. Exactly this year, on June 26, the world's first nuclear power plant (NPP) was put into operation in Obninsk, USSR. More than sixty years have passed since then. The Russian Federation has been working tirelessly all this time to improve the safety of nuclear power plant operation and at the moment has achieved one of the best indicators in the world

TVS-2M IS FUEL-EFFICIENT, RELIABLE AND COST-EFFICIENT

3 mins

ARTILLERY CAPABILITY IS NOT SIMPLY A GUN, IT IS THE WHOLE SYSTEM

Long-range is not a case of conducting a few trials, it is a case of standing hundreds of rounds in high charges, without any incident, even in very harsh climatic conditions, and all of this with very high precision, says OLIVIER FORT COLONEL (RETD.) Artillery Marketing Director, Nexter, and former French Artillery Capability and Doctrine Director

ARTILLERY CAPABILITY IS NOT SIMPLY A GUN, IT IS THE WHOLE SYSTEM

8 mins

Conference on advanced naval technologies

The conference was aimed to provide a platform by Indian Navy to achieve synergy

Conference on advanced naval technologies

1 min

Visit of CISC and services' Vice Chiefs to IAC

Chief of Integrated Defence Staff to the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (CISC) along with the Vice Chiefs of all three Services visited Southern Naval Command, Kochi from August 4 to 5, 2022.

Visit of CISC and services' Vice Chiefs to IAC

1 min

IAF participates in exercise pitch black 2022

An Indian Air Force contingent is in Australia for participating in Exercise Pitch Black 2022 being held from 19 Aug to 08 Sep in Darwin.

IAF participates in exercise pitch black 2022

1 min

Indian Navy @ 75

Indian Navy ships to foreign ports

Indian Navy @ 75

1 min

Rosoboronexport unveils advanced weaponry at ARMY-2022

Rosoboronexport hosted more than 70 delegations from 50 countries representing various regions of the world during the 8th ARMY-2022 International Military-Technical Forum, which was held from August 15 to 21, at the Patriot Convention and Exhibition Centre of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

Rosoboronexport unveils advanced weaponry at ARMY-2022

1 min

Camcopter S-100 to be deployed by UK’s MCA

Bristow, the global leader in vertical flight has been awarded a 10-year contract by the UK Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) to deliver the SecondGeneration Search and Rescue (UKSAR2G) programme.

Camcopter S-100 to be deployed by UK’s MCA

1 min

Russia unveils KH-69 stealth cruise missile

Russia's Tactical Missile Corporation displayed a new stealth cruise missile, the Kh-69 at the Army-2022 exhibition near Moscow.

Russia unveils KH-69 stealth cruise missile

1 min

China showcases two-seater stealth J-20 in combat camouflage

The People’s Liberation Army Air Force of China has released for the first time a photo of a two-seat version of its J-20 fifth-generation twin-engine stealth fighter, dressed in Chinese Air Force camouflage.

China showcases two-seater stealth J-20 in combat camouflage

1 min

TAS approved for 'aero' domain

Rattanindia Enterprise Ltd (REL)’s subsidiary- Throttle Aerospace Systems (TAS) has received an approval to migrate its website to Aero Domain. Created in 2002 and operated by SITA, ‘aero’ is the first top-level domain based on a single industrial theme.

TAS approved for 'aero' domain

1 min

HAL to open office in Malaysia

HAL has signed an MoU for establishing an office in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) in the presence of Dr Ajay Kumar, Secretary, Defence. The MoU was signed by Ravi K, GM, LCA, HAL and Major (R) Mohd Husairi Bin Mat Zain of Forte Drus, the official representative of HAL in Malaysia.

HAL to open office in Malaysia

1 min

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Geopolitics Magazine Description:

PublisherNewsline Publications Pvt. Ltd

CategoryPolitics

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

Geopolitics Magazine published by Newsline Publications Pvt. Ltd. is a monthly magazine that covers a wide range of topics related to geopolitics, international relations, and national security, with a focus on the Indian perspective. The magazine is known for its in-depth analysis, insightful commentary, and expert opinions.

Geopolitics Magazine features a variety of content, including:

* Geopolitical analysis and commentary: The magazine features articles by leading experts on geopolitical trends and developments, as well as their analysis of current events.
* National security issues: Geopolitics Magazine covers a wide range of national security issues, including defense policy, foreign policy, and internal security.
* International relations: The magazine also covers international relations topics, such as diplomacy, trade, and development.
* Interviews with experts: Geopolitics Magazine interviews leading experts on geopolitics, national security, and international relations to get their insights on the latest trends and developments.

Geopolitics Magazine is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to stay informed about the latest trends and developments in geopolitics, international relations, and national security. It is also a great way to understand the Indian perspective on these issues. Subscribe today and start your journey to a more informed and engaged global citizen.

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