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India’s Military Diplomacy and the Way Forward

India’s Military Diplomacy and the Way Forward

Center for International Relations and Strategic Studies (CIRSS), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute organized a One-Month Immersive Online Certificate Training Course on Diplomacy and Foreign Policy. On day 5 of the course Major Gen. (Dr) P K Chakravorty, VSM (Retd), a Strategic Thinker on Security Issues gave his presentation on India’s Military Diplomacy and the Way Forward.
India's Nuclear Revolution and Military Strategy A Work in Progress

India’s Nuclear Revolution and Military Strategy: A Work in Progress

On May 11, 1998, India declared itself a nuclear weapon state by conducting a series of tests in the Thar desert. Under Jawaharlal Nehru and Homi Bhabha, India laid the foundation of an elaborate nuclear science programme in 1948, just a year after its Independence. Prime Minister (PM) Indira Gandhi conducted a peaceful nuclear explosion in May 1974. Yet, India took almost five decades to embrace nuclear weapons. No other country in the nuclear age gestated on its nuclear weapon-making potential for so long.