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Geopolitics’ January, 2023 special issue mainly focusses on the ongoing modernisation of the Indian Army. The edition analyses the ongoing artillery modernisation drive. The issue also carries an extensive feature on the role of anti-tank guided missiles in modern warfare. Detailed articles on unmanned ground vehicles, the need for upgraded bulletproof jackets, the requirement to modify the training system of army offices, and contemporary mobility solutions for the army, make the edition a very interesting read. A report on the India-China boundary dispute, a writeup on a robust BMD shield for India, and an exclusive interview of the Indian Navy Chief- Admiral R Hari Kumar take the issue to an interesting conclusion. The January, 2023 edition of the magazine is a must-read for everybody.

AGNI-V PAVES THE PATH FOR AGNI-VI

On December 15, India executed the second night trial of the Agni-V thermonuclear-capable ICBM (Intercontinental-range Ballistic Missile) from Dr Abdul Kalam Island off the coast of Odisha.

AGNI-V PAVES THE PATH FOR AGNI-VI

2 mins

"WE NEED THREE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS"

The requirement of a third aircraft carrier for the Indian Navy has also been acknowledged by the Standing Committee on Defence. Further, while the requirement for a third aircraft carrier is being actively considered by the government, the Indian Navy is already underway’ in bringing the nascent imperatives to the drawing board, says ADMIRAL R HARI KUMAR, Chief of Naval Staff, Indian Navy, in this exclusive interview with Geopotitics

"WE NEED THREE AIRCRAFT CARRIERS"

7 mins

INDIA'S ARTILLERY MODERNISATION DRIVE

Does India have enough firepower to sustain a two-front war? GIRISH LINGANNA answers

INDIA'S ARTILLERY MODERNISATION DRIVE

7 mins

BREAKING THE ENEMY'S ARMOURED SPINE

India’s evolving anti-tank warfare capability has undergone a paradigm shift in recent years, writes AMARTYA SINHA

BREAKING THE ENEMY'S ARMOURED SPINE

10 mins

UGVS: THE FUTURE UNFOLDS

With many nations developing unmanned ground vehicles at a breakneck speed, it is time for India to join the bandwagon at the earliest

UGVS: THE FUTURE UNFOLDS

10 mins

NEED FOR GING AN BULLETPROOF JACKETS

Modern ballistic armour can cut down battle casualties by two-thirds,

NEED FOR GING AN BULLETPROOF JACKETS

6 mins

OFFICERS' SELECTION AND TRAINING CONUNDRUM

RAJ MEHTA explains how the selection system for officers of the Indian Army remains largely in stasis besides being opaque to military scrutiny and suggests ways to improve it

OFFICERS' SELECTION AND TRAINING CONUNDRUM

10+ mins

1,35,000 SHORT INDIAN MILITARY

The three services are reeling under a shortage of 1.35 lakh personnel with the maximum number of vacancies of 1.18 lakh in the Indian Army, according to details provided by the government in Lok Sabha in December.

1,35,000 SHORT INDIAN MILITARY

1 min

65 OF 67 TERROR CASES SOLVED BY NIA

MoS for Home Nityanand Rai has said in Rajya Sabha that the high rate of conviction was proof of the NIA's fairness and transparency.

65 OF 67 TERROR CASES SOLVED BY NIA

1 min

MOBILITY SOLUTIONS FOR THE INDIAN ARMY

While the Indian Army has a significantly large fleet of trucks and utility vehicles, there is a need to further augment the capabilities by adding latest platforms with better fuel-efficiency, faster speeds, larger wheelbases and enhanced axle-load bearing capacities, argues

MOBILITY SOLUTIONS FOR THE INDIAN ARMY

10+ mins

TIME FOR A ROBUST BMD SHIELD

The Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) system is a long-range, land-based theatre defence weapon that acts as the upper tier of a basic two tiered defence against ballistic missiles.

TIME FOR A ROBUST BMD SHIELD

7 mins

INS MORMUGAO: A HUGE FORCE MULTIPLIER

The much awaited second of the Project 15B stealth-guided missile destroyers built by Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited- INS Mormugao, was commissioned into the Indian Navy by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on December 18. Interestingly, the ship was commissioned a day before the Goa liberation celebrations.

INS MORMUGAO: A HUGE FORCE MULTIPLIER

2 mins

India-China Boundary Dispute And Fighting In Tawang

VAISHALI BASU SHARMA explains why till there is the clear delineation of a single common boundary between India and China, patrols on both sides can be expected to face off in skirmishes like the latest one in the Tawang sector

India-China Boundary Dispute And Fighting In Tawang

10 mins

VIETNAM’S GRENADEDROPPING UAV

Vietnamese unmanned systems company RT Robotics has unveiled an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) system that is capable of dropping up to nine grenades per sortie.

VIETNAM’S GRENADEDROPPING UAV

1 min

HYPERSONIC MISSILE TESTED BY USAF

The US Air Force has said that it conducted the first test launch of a fully operational prototype of its hypersonic Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW).

HYPERSONIC MISSILE TESTED BY USAF

1 min

AIRBUS TO LAUNCH REFUELLING TRIALS WITH UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

Airbus Defence and Space (DS) is to begin trials of a new capability enabling its A330-200 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) to aerial refuel an unmanned receiver aircraft autonomously, a company official disclosed on December 12.

AIRBUS TO LAUNCH REFUELLING TRIALS WITH UNMANNED AIRCRAFT

1 min

LEIDOS AND MICROSOFT SHOWCASE SYNCHRONISED SOLUTION DURING US ARMY'S PC22

US-based science and technology company Leidos, together with technologies during a US Army experimentation exercise.

LEIDOS AND MICROSOFT SHOWCASE SYNCHRONISED SOLUTION DURING US ARMY'S PC22

1 min

SIKORSKY DEMONSTRATES BLACK HAWK'S AUTONOMOUS CAPABILITIES

Lockheed Martin company Sikorsky has successfully demonstrated to the US Army the autonomous capabilities of a Black Hawk helicopter to safely conduct logistics and rescue missions. The demonstration was conducted in collaboration with the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

SIKORSKY DEMONSTRATES BLACK HAWK'S AUTONOMOUS CAPABILITIES

1 min

KODIAK TO HELP US ARMY BUILD AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

Kod odiak has won a contract to help the US Army build autonomous vehicles. The effort will focus on ground vehicles led by the US Army's Robotic Combat Vehicle programme.

KODIAK TO HELP US ARMY BUILD AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

1 min

KUWAIT EXERCISES NEW TANKS

Kuwait's new M1A2K tanks were displayed in the emirate for the firsttime during Exercise ‘Pearl of the West 2022’, which was held with French forces from November 25 to December 8.

KUWAIT EXERCISES NEW TANKS

1 min

AVNL PROPOSES INFANTRY COMBAT VEHICLE FOR INDIAN ARMY

India's state-run Armoured Vehicles Nigam Limited (AVNL) has proposed a Futuristic Infantry Combat Vehicle (FICV) for the Indian Army.

AVNL PROPOSES INFANTRY COMBAT VEHICLE FOR INDIAN ARMY

1 min

AUSTRALIA'S UUV NAMED 'GHOST SHARK'

An autonomous robotic undersea warfare vehicle is being designed and manufactured in Australia for the Royal Australian Navy.

AUSTRALIA'S UUV NAMED 'GHOST SHARK'

1 min

Indian Army approves Make-II PSOS

The Indian Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced that the army has approved the project sanction orders (PSOs) of five projects under the Make-II procurement scheme.

Indian Army approves Make-II PSOS

1 min

ASTE to open for private participation

The Aircraft and Systems Testing Establishment (ASTE), the top training centre of the Indian Air Force, will open doors for the private sector.

ASTE to open for private participation

1 min

Procurements from MSMEs through GeM cross 41k crores

As s of December 3, Defence Ministry including the Indian Navy has purchased products and services worth Rs 41,936 crore from the government's e-commerce portal GeM (Government e-Marketplace).

Procurements from MSMEs through GeM cross 41k crores

1 min

UP invites Sikorsky to investors summit

A Pradesh led state Finance A Minister Suresh Khanna, visited American aircraft manufacturer Sikorsky's main plant at Connecticut in the United States.

UP invites Sikorsky to investors summit

1 min

Last Rafale jet delivered to India

The Indian Air Force (IAF) recently shared an update on Twitter on receiving the last of the 36 Rafale jets. \"Feet dry! 'The Pack is Complete'.

Last Rafale jet delivered to India

1 min

India to receive third S-400 squadron in January

Russia will begin supplying India with the third squadron of the S-400 air defence missile system in January 2023, despite its ongoing conflict with Ukraine.

India to receive third S-400 squadron in January

1 min

US clears Chinooks for South Korea

The release of the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) 2022 Strategic Survey puts the US sale of new platforms to South Korea into context with broader strategic concerns in the IndoPacific.

US clears Chinooks for South Korea

1 min

US Army selects Bell V-280 Valor

Bell Textron, a subsidiary of Textron, has won the US Army’s future long-range assault aircraft (FLRAA) programme competition.

US Army selects Bell V-280 Valor

1 min

Germany blocks sale of chip factories to China

Germany by blocking the sale of two semiconductor factories to cased swallow up its companies of strategic and critical importance.

Germany blocks sale of chip factories to China

1 min

Vietnam holds maiden defence еxро

Vietnam showed off its upgraded Cold War-era, Soviet-made air defence systems at its first defence expo, improving their capabilities against modern threats such as cruise missiles and drones.

Vietnam holds maiden defence еxро

1 min

Giant leap for Japanese defence budget

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida met with Finance minister Shunichi Suzuki and Defence Minister Yasukazu Hamada.

Giant leap for Japanese defence budget

1 min

Lockheed Martin, Rafael to collaborate on lasers

Lockheed Martin and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems of Israel have signed a teaming agreement that includes jointly developing, testing and manufacturing a High Energy Laser Weapon Systems (HELWS) in the US and Israel.

Lockheed Martin, Rafael to collaborate on lasers

1 min

Rafael wins contract for Typhoon Mk30-C

Rafael has announced that it has been awarded a contract to supply its Typhoon Mk30-C counter-UAS, Next Generation Naval Remote Weapon Station (NRWS) to an undisclosed navy in Asia.

Rafael wins contract for Typhoon Mk30-C

1 min

Thales awarded contract by French MoD

As high-intensity conflict returns to the world stage, the French defence procurement agency (DGA) has awarded Thales the Astride-3 contract.

Thales awarded contract by French MoD

1 min

Indian Navy participates at International Fleet Review

The Indian Navy delegation led by Vice Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta, the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command and three warships of the Indian Navy participated in the maiden International Fleet Review (IFR) hosted by Bangladesh at Cox’s Bazar on December 7.

Indian Navy participates at International Fleet Review

1 min

BSF raising day parade held in Amritsar

On December 4, Border Security Force- India’s First Line of Defence, organised a ceremonial parade at Guru Nanak Dev University Stadium, Amritsar (Punjab) on the occasion of 58th Raising Day.

BSF raising day parade held in Amritsar

1 min

CNS visits Nagaland

Adm R Hari Kumar, Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) visited Nagaland on December 7. This visit coincides with the ongoing activities being undertaken by the Indian Navy as part of the outreach in the North East.

CNS visits Nagaland

1 min

IMPORTANT LESSONS FROM 1962

Ever since the skirmish in June 2020 between the Indian and Chinese troops in the Galwan valley of India's Ladakh region, discussions on the 1962 war have continued to be in the headlines (it dominated even the proceedings in the just parliamentary session in India), given the recent border clash in the Tawang sector of Arunachal Pradesh on December 9.

IMPORTANT LESSONS FROM 1962

4 mins

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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.

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