Category: NATO

Governments across the Globe are now bringing Social media platforms under laws

New Delhi: Two different but important developments have taken place recently. The government has questioned Twitter for its unilateral views on content. On another front, WhatsApp (owned by Facebook) has challenged India’s regulatory...

Not Just India, The world is in the midst of a long-drawn, protracted Third World War

It’s now a “Third World War”. In the nineteenth century, Prussia’s Maj. Gen. Carl von Clausewitz had said: “War is a mere continuation of policy by other means”. That is what the...

What makes the F-35 stealth fighter an advanced weapon platform

Doubts continue about the F-35 stealth fighter jet program. The questions go to more than the usual array of new system challenges of maintenance, sustainment, cost growth and program delays. In those areas the...

Despite COVID19, Global Defence Spending rises by 2.6 percent in 2020

Global military expenditure rose by 2.6% to $1.98 trillion last year even as some defence funds were reallocated to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute said in a...

Meet Chinese copy of American F-35, the Shenyang J-31 stealth fighter

Apr. 21, 2021 was National Look Alike Day. As the US Naval Institute highlighted on its Facebook Page, the Chinese military is full of weapons that look a lot like systems developed by...

Will US offer F-35 stealth fighter to India?

The Pentagon and Lockheed Martin have in recent years been quickly expanding the number of international F-35 partners while also seeing a fast increase in global demand for the jet, an uptick...

NATO fails to find a Russian Submarine in the Mediterranean

An informed source has confirmed to Sputnik that the Black Fleet’s Rostov-on-Don diesel-electric attack submarine which disappeared from NATO radar screens last week remains in contact with command and is transmitting information. “NATO’s...

To Counter China, UK proposes D10 Group

Why in News? Boris Johnson has been invited to visit India in January 2021 to transform the G7 group of leading industrialised nations. The Prime Minister of UK has asked the India, Australia and South...

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