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January 1998
Huntington’s choice for India
29 January 1998 Dr. Giri Deshingkar feels that Dr Samuel P.Huntington's choice for India is specious. India and China have co-existed for 3,000 years and will continue to do so and India's isolation suits it fine
The Grand Bargain
28 January 1998 Michael Krepon believes that by assuming a "not now, not ever" approach to the CTBT, the United Front government threw away India's leverage and paid a heavy diplomatic price abroad
Govt. Denials on Reductions in Army Manpower
27 January 1998 P. R. Chari feels that the issue of manpower reductions in the Indian Army is getting curiouser and curiouser, starting with the denial by the Government that any such move is afoot
Manpower Reduction In The Army
27 January 1998 Maj. Gen. D. Banerjee writes that the Chief of the Army Staff, General V. P. Malik, recently announced that the strength of the Army was to be reduced by 50,000 soldiers
No to time-release mass murder weapon
17 January 1998 Ramesh Thakur says that a "feel good" landmine ban treaty is better than a "feel bad treaty or a feel empty non-treaty".
India doesn't need an Aircraft Carrier now!
5 January 1998 Prof. Giri Deshingkar asks Why does India need aircraft carriers? Its sea-lanes to the Gulf will always be protected by the Western powers for their own reasons
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