Fog of War and Perception Management in Social Information Space: Analyzing India-Pakistan Crisis Post Pulwama Attack

By Debasis Dash In any military crisis, the uncertainty over a futuristic scenario continues to influence the decision-making of the parties involve. The complexity of the situation and the intensity of the responses depends upon the type of war fought, i.e., either at the conventional or sub-conventional level. When a perpetual state of conflict maintained … Continue reading Fog of War and Perception Management in Social Information Space: Analyzing India-Pakistan Crisis Post Pulwama Attack

Geopolitics and Regional Rivalry will make India’s Fight Against Terror a Long-Drawn Affair

By Lt Col. Shailesh Kumar Rai Courtesy: Tauseef Mustafa/AFP China’s recent veto preventing blacklist of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Masood Azhar under the UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1267 for the fourth time in a row has once again frustrated India’s attempts while making China-Pakistan friendship shine above all.  Despite strengthening via other supplementary resolutions, the … Continue reading Geopolitics and Regional Rivalry will make India’s Fight Against Terror a Long-Drawn Affair

Urban Naxals: An Indian Lexicon for an Insurgent’s Strategy

Image Courtesy: Entelekheia (France) The Naxalite movement (Left Wing Extremism) in India is an active internal security crisis, originated from Naxalbari uprising of 1967 and had taken place in Naxalbari (a block of Siliguri sub-division of Darjeeling district) located in West Bengal. The movement finally took its shape after the merger of two prominent regional … Continue reading Urban Naxals: An Indian Lexicon for an Insurgent’s Strategy