The trend of Left Wing Extremism (LWE) in India demonstrates a downward trajectory. The paper aims to integrate the strategies used in counterinsurgency operations against Indian Maoists into a broader framework. This includes examining their implications within the wider spectrum of global non-state and conventional military engagements.
This Issue Brief delves into the intricate dynamics of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, tracing its evolutionary trajectory from its initial emergence to its subsequent decline and eventual resurgence. The analysis emphasises the organisation's transformation into a decentralised entity and rigorously scrutinises the multifaceted threats it has posed to the governance and stability of the Pakistan State.
This publication offers an in-depth study of the ongoing negotiations for the Pandemic Treaty. The treaty has been proposed as a strategic response to manage global health crises in the post-COVID-19 era and is being developed under the World Health Organization's (WHO) purview.
The monograph examines various aspects of conceivable cyber threats against space architecture and proposes potential mechanisms to effectively counter such formidable challenges.
This Issue Brief explores three ethical implications of drones: the dehumanization of the drone target, the implications of drones regarding the pre-existing ethical frameworks on war (Jus Ad Bellum) and the new forms of control and sovereign control over death and life made possible by drones.