May26th,2019

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Iran and the Problem of Occupation Warfare

Iran and the Problem of Occupation Warfare
George FriedmanSource LinkThere has recently been a lot of talk about a war between the United States and Iran. In my view, it’s unlikely because the risks are too high for both countries. Iran can’t take the chance that its military would be destroyed, and the U.S. can’t accept the costs a real victory would entail. Since Korea, the United …
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9 questions about the scary US-Iran standoff you were too embarrassed to ask

9 questions about the scary US-Iran standoff you were too embarrassed to ask
By Alex WardSource LinkThe Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group transits the Suez Canal in Egypt on May 9, 2019. The aircraft carrier and its strike group are deploying to the Persian Gulf on orders from the White House to respond to an unspecified threat from Iran. Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Darion Chanelle Triplett/US Navy via APFor the past two …
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A Battle for Supremacy in the Middle East

Source LinkThe struggle between Iran and Saudi Arabia for dominance in the Middle East has insinuated itself into nearly every regional issue. Meanwhile, the region is rife with ongoing conflicts and the long-simmering dispute between Israel and Palestine continues to worsen. Better understand a chaotic region when you subscribe to World Politics Review (WPR). The struggle between Iran and Saudi Arabia …
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Is the U.S.-China Trade War Turning Into a New Cold War?

Is the U.S.-China Trade War Turning Into a New Cold War?
Kimberly Ann ElliottSource LinkThe tit-for-tat trade war between the United States and China is costly enough, but it could be morphing into something far more serious. A week after raising tariffs on $200 billion in imports from China, the Trump administration took aim at Huawei, the Chinese company leading the global race to create new, faster 5G telecommunications networks. The …
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China Has Already Lost the Trade War

China Has Already Lost the Trade War
By CHRISTOPHER WHALEN Source LinkPresident Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are caught in a growing dispute over trade and, more broadly, the significant differences between their two very different political economies. Tough as it is to predict the future, there are some signs as to who will be the winners and losers.Trump calls the dispute “a little squabble,” …
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How Geography Determined Afghanistan’s Fate? – OpEd

By Neela Hassan*Source LinkIt is often believed that the reality of nations is determine by individuals and the decisions that they make; but there is such thing as constraints and limits that are out of human beings’ control and cannot be overcame. Among all the constraint that a territory can have, the most obvious and important one is geography. According …
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War: Easy To Start, Hard To End

War: Easy To Start, Hard To End
by Jim WelshSource Link“In the U.S. time is measured by quarters, but in China it is measured in decades. China’s leadership is not immune from short term considerations, but their focus is not centered on the next year or two but where things will be in 5 to 10 years and beyond. China has been taking steps to insulate and …
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The Global Consequences of a Sino-American Cold War

NOURIEL ROUBINISource LinkNEW YORK – A few years ago, as part of a Western delegation to China, I met President Xi Jinping in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. When addressing us, Xi argued that China’s rise would be peaceful, and that other countries – namely, the United States – need not worry about the “Thucydides Trap,” so named for …
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Now or Never: America is on the Clock to Remove Troops from Afghanistan

by Jarrett BlancSource LinkAfghanistan has entered a period of intense political uncertainty. In December, President Donald Trump reportedly ordered the Pentagon to draw up plans for drawdown options including a complete troop withdrawal from the country. By March, bilateral talks between the United States, led by Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, and the Taliban had “agreed in draft” on counterterrorism assurances the …
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The US-China trade war is the biggest threat to the “fragile” global economy, the OECD says

By Eshe NelsonSource Link“Rather bleak.”That’s the global economy’s outlook, according to Laurence Boone, the chief economist of the Organization for European Cooperation and Development. In a report published today, the Paris-based institution said that after a sharp slowdown in economic growth in the second half of last year, growth has stabilized. It’s not much to cheer about: The global economy …
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Two Assam Rifles personnel killed in encounter along Indo-Myanmar border

A column of Assam Rifles jawans in two vehicles encountered an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) blast in the area around 1:30 pm. Go to Source Author:
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Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh planning to set up permanent bases in eastern states: MHA

The National Investigation Agency had earlier confirmed involvement of JMB cadre in Burdwan bomb blast on October 2, 2014 and Bodh Gaya blasts on January 19, 2018. Go to Source Author:
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India’s sequential missile tests to continuously advance its striking capability.

Source:-India’s sequential missile tests to continuously advance its striking capability. India’s sequential missiles tests mark that the newly elected government will be obliged to increase defense spending to restore the ‘punctured’ reputation of the Indian armed forces and pursue the regional strategic objectives with military might. It will continue investing in the missile program of the country. India recently did …
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South China Sea in spotlight ahead of Shangrila Dialogue

The Chinese foreign ministry shot back last Thursday at a US Senate proposal to punish Chinese individuals and entities for “illegal and dangerous” activities in the South China Sea. Go to Source Author:
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PRESIDENT PRESS COMMUNIQUE; Sh Narendra Modi Invited to Form Union Cabinet

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Israel Provoking Nuclear War Between Pakistan and India?

Israel Provoking Nuclear War Between Pakistan and India?
Israel may not have much to worry about in regard to retaliation when they lob U.S.-made weaponry on innocent civilians in the open-air concentration camp of Gaza, but the dangerous game they are perilously playing in South Asia has the potential of sparking an atomic war between that region’s nuclear-armed adversaries, India and Pakistan. As Go to Source Author: Admin
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Book sequel to give exclusive account of Balakot airstrikes, surgical strikes

Set to release in June, 2019, the book written by journalist-author duo Rahul Singh and Shiv Aroor will share "untold narrative of the biggest recent anti-terror operations" by the Indian army. Go to Source Author:
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India Pips China: Lt. Gen. S S Tinaikar to be UN Force Commander in South Sudan

India Pips China: Lt. Gen. S S Tinaikar to be UN Force Commander in South Sudan
India’s Lieutenant General Shailesh Tinaikar is to be the new UNMISS (United Nations Mission in South Sudan) Force Commander(FC). Since February 2019, SNI has been reporting on moves to name an Indian 3-star General as head of the blue helmets in South Sudan. An official announcement is to be made from New Delhi, from the Go to Source Author: Admin
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Sri Lanka In Talks With India, Japan to Build Container Terminal at Colombo Port

Sri Lanka is in advanced talks with India and Japan to construct a container terminal at the port in Colombo, next to a Chinese terminal built as part of Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative, government officials said.The involvement of India and Japan is the latest sign that Sri Lanka wants to neutralise the growing influence Go to Source Author: Admin
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US sees Pakistan-based LeT threat to it in Afghanistan: Pentagon report

The LeT, designated a global terror organisation by the US and the UN, was responsible for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that killed 166 people. Go to Source Author:
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At a Ukrainian aircraft engine factory, China’s military finds a cash-hungry partner

At a Ukrainian aircraft engine factory, China’s military finds a cash-hungry partner
By Anton TroianovskiSource LinkZAPORIZHIA, Ukraine — The president of a top Ukrainian aerospace company says its new Chinese investors often ask the staff for “little conversations.” They want to know about record-keeping and planning, the setup of production lines and the interplay between workshops. “They’ll talk for three hours, and the next day, a totally different group of people will come,” said Vyacheslav …
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Nuclear-powered icebreaker Ural launched in St Petersburg

After being put into service, the icebreakers of that class will keep navigation in the Arctic open all year round Go to Source Author:
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US Working With India on Enhanced ASW Capability

Clearly, as the challenge from the Chinese Navy grows, the US needs to work with core allies and partners to shape more effective defenses in the years ahead. India is clearly a partner in this effort. According to an article published in April 2019by our partner India Strategic, the US State Department has approved sale Go to Source Author: Admin
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Defence modernisation: Government priority needs to be on Make in India

The next defence minister of India needs to smoothen out the wrinkles and get the engine going. Go to Source Author:
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DRDO Successfully Flight-Tested Guided Bomb

DRDO Successfully Flight-Tested Guided Bomb
Defence Research and Defence Organisation (DRDO) successfully flight tested a 500 kg class Inertial Guided Bomb today from Su-30 MKI Aircraft from the Pokhran test range in Rajasthan. The guided bomb achieved the desired range and hit the target with high precision. All the mission objectives have been met. The weapon system is capable of carrying different warheads. Go to …
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Regarding Engagement of a consultant in the Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare

Regarding Engagement of a consultant in the Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare F.No.26020/17/2019-Adm.IMinistry of Personnel PG & PensionDepartment of Pension & Pensioners Welfare 3rd Floor, Lok Nayak BhawanKhan Market, New DelhiDated 22nd May, 2019 OFFICE MEMORANDUM Subject: Engagement of a consultant in the Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare-reg. The Department of Pension & Go to Source Author: GEDWEBZIP
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EX-SGT SURESH KUMAR KASHYAP ELECTED AS MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT

https://aajtak.intoday.in/education/story/epfo-recruitment-2019-280-assistants-vacancy-for-graduate-at-epfindia-gov-in-tedu-1-1086819.html Heartiest congratulations to Ex Sgt Suresh Kashyap for wining Shimla constituency with comfortable margins from BJP ticket . This is first time in history that BJP has given ticket to an NCO. He defeated a Colonel contesting on congress ticket . During election National coordinator Voice Of exservicemen and legal head Rajeev Behal spoken several time to him and …
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Opinion Survey; Who Shall Be Next Defence Minister of India? Vote/ Revote. Add Choice if You Want? Three Votes Maximum Per Voter

Opinion Survey; Who Shall Be Next Defence Minister of India? Vote/ Revote. Add Choice if You Want? Three Votes Maximum Per Voter
India is getting caught unprepared in an unprecedented threat scenario, when Major Super Powers are preparing for a major military conflict and India is still focussing on minor tactical operation projecting these as major strategic victories. Worst India has not had an effective Defence Minister for long. Defense Policies are being guided by NSA and Home Ministry. The approval rating …
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Who Are Commissioned Officers? Quickly Test Your Knowledge.

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Welfare Schemes & Programmes for Senior Citizens

Welfare Schemes & Programmes for Senior Citizens Schemes and Programmes being run by the various Ministries/ Departments of Government of India, for welfare of Senior Citizens 1. “Integrated Programme for Senior Citizens (IPSrC)”. This scheme was earlier known as “Integrated Programme for Older Persons (IPOP)” and is being run under the administrative control of Ministry Go to Source Author: GEDWEBZIP
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Historic mandate will impose more challenges, expectations by Lt Gen KJ Singh; Veteran

Historic mandate will impose more challenges, expectations by Lt Gen KJ Singh; Veteran
The recently concluded elections are indeed path breaking in terms of magnitude of verdict and have been aptly described as ‘Tsunamo-Plus’. Suffix indicating that while first wave arrived in 2014, current one is not only a magnified repeat, but 300 plus. The polls, de-facto, became presidential in character, candidates becoming inconsequential, overwhelmed by Modi wave. This kind of mandate, initially …
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Pakistan: the IMF Bailout Agreed, the Hard Part Begins Now

Pakistan: the IMF Bailout Agreed, the Hard Part Begins Now
Arvind GuptaSource LinkThe IMF and the government of Pakistan have agreed on a structural adjustment program of USD 6 billion for three years to stabilise Pakistan’s crisis ridden economy. This will be the 13th such IMF package since 1988. The agreement was reached after months of tough negotiations. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) board is expected to approve the loan …
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The Great Power Game is On and China is Winning

The Great Power Game is On and China is Winning
By ROBERT W. MERRYSource LinkFrom across the pond come two geopolitical analyses in two top-quality British publications that lay out in stark terms the looming struggle between the United States and China. It isn’t just a trade war, says The Economist in a major cover package. “Trade is not the half of it,” declares the magazine. “The United States and …
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Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative

Reforming the Chiang Mai Initiative
By Mie ObaSource LinkIn early May, the 22nd ASEAN+3 Finance Ministers’ and Central Bank Governors’ Meeting made a significant decision. The Chiang Mai Initiative (CMI), a mechanism for foreign currency exchange in times of emergency created under ASEAN+3, had previously been regarded as a pool of foreign exchange reserves accessible by the countries concerned as a U.S. dollar loan. At …
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The Global Consequences of a Sino-American Cold War

NOURIEL ROUBINISource LinkNEW YORK – A few years ago, as part of a Western delegation to China, I met President Xi Jinping in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. When addressing us, Xi argued that China’s rise would be peaceful, and that other countries – namely, the United States – need not worry about the “Thucydides Trap,” so named for …
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What Does China Want From WTO Reforms?

What Does China Want From WTO Reforms?
By Antara Ghosal SinghSource LinkAs the world debates the prospect of a China-U.S. trade agreement, yet another debate is taking Chinese strategic circles by storm: World Trade Organization (WTO) reforms.It is argued that the ongoing trade negotiations between the United States and China, U.S.-Japan, U.S.-EU and the already concluded new NAFTA or USMCA between the U.S., Mexico and Canada, are …
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Is Sri Lanka Really a Victim of China’s ‘Debt Trap’?

Is Sri Lanka Really a Victim of China’s ‘Debt Trap’?
By Umesh MoramudaliSource LinkSri Lanka is often portrayed as a country that fell into a debt trap as a result of public investment projects financed by China. One such investment project was Hambantota port, which was leased to China Merchant Port Holdings Limited (CM Port) for 99 years for $1.12 billion in 2017. This project is largely the reason as …
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Beyond Technology: The Fourth Industrial Revolution in the Developing World

Source LinkThere are not going to be driverless Ubers in Lagos anytime soon. Robots are not going to steal millions of jobs from American miners or factory workers. Nor will our genes be spliced with technological enhancements to defeat diseases and to supercharge our neurons. Not yet, at least. But we are beginning to see symptoms of the globally disruptive …
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Coping With War, Afghans Turns to Art and Books

Coping With War, Afghans Turns to Art and Books
Rubaba Mohammadi, 19, never seemed to suffer directly from the long war in Afghanistan. Mohammadi may have born and raised during the war, but she never crossed an improvised explosive device. She has never been caught in the crossfire or an airstrike. But she used to stay home all day long on her own. She’d watch her siblings going to …
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China’s Curious Absence From a BRICS Business Conference

The Eurasia Society sponsored the “Doing Business with the BRICS” Conference in Washington, D.C. on May 15 at Africa House, the African Union’s Representational Mission to the United States. Diplomatic representatives of four of the five BRICS nations, including key stakeholders and partners in the economic development of developing countries, including the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, and a …
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The Gatka by @adgpi

The Gatka by @adgpi
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US troop move to Middle East 'extremely dangerous': Zarif

US troop move to Middle East 'extremely dangerous': Zarif
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Why China's US debt holdings Are Its 'Nuclear Option' In Trump's Trade War

Why China's US debt holdings Are Its 'Nuclear Option' In Trump's Trade War
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Latest Update on MSP (सीधी ताज़ा जानकरी msp की )- 7th CPC

Latest Update on MSP (सीधी ताज़ा जानकरी msp की )- 7th CPC
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11 Pilots and 4 Flight Test Engineers Graduate from Air Force Test Pilots School

Eleven Test Pilots and four Flight Test Engineers of the 41st Flight Test Course graduated from the Air Force Test The post 11 Pilots and 4 Flight Test Engineers Graduate from Air Force Test Pilots School appeared first on . Go to Source Author: forceindia
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Passing Out Parade - Spring Term 2019 Held at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala

Passing Out Parade - Spring Term 2019 Held at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala
1. In a spectacular Passing out Parade (POP) held at Indian Naval Academy (INA), Ezhimala, on Saturday, 25th May 2019, 264 trainees comprising Midshipmen andcadets of Indian Navy, Indian Coast Guard, and ten international cadets passed out with flying colours, marking the culmination of their ab-initio training. 2. The passing out Midshipmen and cadets belong to four different courses of …
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