Saturday, June 26, 2010

National Security: Media Musings

American 21st century with caveats
By Dr. Subhash Kapila
Strategically, the 20th Century was decidedly an American Century. United States strategic, military, political and economic predominance was global and undisputed. In the bi-polar global power structure comprising the United States and the Former Soviet Union it was the United States which globally prevailed. Read more...
21st Century: Strategically a second American century with caveats

Indo- Pak and Indo- China Relations
21 June 2010: The confusing responses emanating from the government on the China-Pak nuclear deal reveal a deeper crisis. Which is that India but particularly the Manmohan Singh government is unable to manage the external realm in any incrementally meaningful way. Read more...
Countering China

Failing India
A softened Congress and BJP are unable to contain the terrorism of Pakistan, says N.V.Subramanian.
25 June 2010: Whereas India's political responses to Pakistan have made dramatic transformations since their common Independence, Islamabad's approach to Delhi has hardened in a peculiar way. And for all the exertions of the Manmohan Singh government, there appears absolutely no Indo-Pak meeting point, and the situation will worsen till Pakistan becomes an irretrievable failed state partly driven to that situation by the monstrous burden of the terroristic military-intelligence establishment. Read more...
The absence of a political PM is hurting India's foreign interests, says N.V.Subramanian

Flight of the Falcon
Pakistani Pilots did missions against USSR and China on behalf of US. A book by S. Sajad Haider. Read review and commentary...
Flight of the Falcon

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