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Dawn of the E-Bomb: High-Power Microwave technology and Military implications for India

Paper no. 1089    16. 05. 2004

 

 

 

Guest Column-by Rajesh Tembarai Krishnamachari 

Introduction:

MINORITY SEPARATISM IN INDIA: THE MUSLIM MINORITY

Paper No. 1144                                                          18/10/2004

by  B.Raman

(Text of a paper presented  at a conference on “Ethnic Minorities and Great Power Strategies in Asia”  held at Honolulu from October 12 to 14,2004, under the auspices of  the Asia Pacific Centre for Security Studies” )--------------

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

Network Centric Warfare

 

Paper no. 1089    16. 05. 2004

by Kamal H

(This is a paper by invitation.  Network centric warfare is increasingly getting important.  India has the capability   though nothing has been done so far-  Director 

MUSLIM ANGER: THE THAI DILEMMA

Paper No. 1156                                                       01/11/2004

by B.Raman

(To be read in continuation of my earlier article titled "Bangladesh-Myanmar-Thailand--the Jihadi Corridor" available at www.saag.org ) 

INDIAN MUSLIMS -Under Siege?

Paper No. 1160                                                           09/11/2004

by R. Upadhyay

The history of Indian Muslims is so complex that their isolation from the national mainstream  and consequent socio-psychological confusion have remained a puzzle for social scientists. A study based on the factual developments related to this distinct and a unique religio-social group may help the reader to draw right conclusions.  

CIA: Sinned Against or Sinning?

Paper No. 698                                                           26/05/2003

by B. Raman

THE MYSTERY OF DIA DOCUMENTS

Paper No. 793

by B.Raman

This article is to be read in continuation of my earlier two articles on six recently-declassified documents of the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA) of the US relating to Pakistani sponsorship of the Al Qaeda and the Taliban before 9/11.

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