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Army Volunteer Force Reforms 1881
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: With its strong middle class foundation, with a resilient desire to learn and compete, as well as funding from wealthy supporters, the Volunteer Force (VF) was by far the most successful part of the ...

Non Proliferation Treaty Evaluation
16th Dec 2019
Introduction: A couple of years ago at a bipartisan gathering, led by former Secretaries of State and of defence, called for gradual disarmament steps to abolish nuclear weapons, with a verifiable monitoring mecha...

A Case Study on Leadership in the British Army
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: LEADERSHIP CASE STUDY – A MODEL OF CRITICAL EVALUATION  CONTENTS GENERAL INTRODUCTION CRITICAL EVALUATION – INTRODUCTION AND EXPLANATION Diagram 1: The Open University’s ‘Critical Thinking S...

Arthashastra and Its Relevance in Modern Warfare
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: Arthashastra and its relevance in modern warfare and counterinsurgency/counterterrorism philosophy INTRODUCTION - SITUATING THE ARTHASHASTRA Historical Background 1. Kautilya, also known as Chana...

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Subconventional War
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER- I INTRODUCTION 1. Many military strategists and theorists have concluded, based on recent history, the nature of future wars will be limited to regional and intrastate conflicts. Large inter...

Impact of the Maoist Insurgency on the Nepalese Society
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. The Nepalese people had a positive, but to a large extent unrealistic, expectation with the new political establishment of 1990, which had installed a democratic system of go...

India in the New World Order as Regional Power
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: INTRODUCTION Background 1. Dramatic changes at the global level have initiated a process of reorientation of the power distribution in international politics. The changes initiated with the disintegra...

Role and Employment of Women in the Indian Armed Forces
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION “The highest national priority must be the unleashing of woman power in governance. That is the single most important source of societal energy that we have kept corked f...

Military Support to Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies
13th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER I: Violence perpetrated by Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs) increased dramatically in 2006 and continued to rise dramatically through 2010.  According to the National Drug Intel...

Role of the Political Parties and the Military in China
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Sun Yat-sen’s views On The Role Of The Political Parties And The Military In China To what extent were Sun Yat-sen’s views on the role of the political parties and the military in China si...

Critique of the EU's Security Defence Policy
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Chapter I The History and Development of the Common Security and Defence Policy Since its beginnings with the European Coal and Steel Community in 1952, the European Union has moved far beyond economi...

Analysis of the Armed Special Forces Act 1943 in India
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Civil society is a term oft-repeated in democratic contexts today. Seen as an essential component of the liberal framework of political structures, it is essentially the space of free association for ...

European Security and Defence Policy: An Analysis
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction Faced with the challenges and risks arising in the process of economic globalization and world order, Europe is trying to respond adequately to it, namely, creating a general political u...

Cross Border Terrorism Sponsored by Pak Army
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: Cross Border Terrorism Sponsored by Pak Army and Suggested Indian response CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION “Terrorism is the price of empire. If you do not wish to pay the price, you must give up the empire...

Kautilya's Arthasastra: Military Aspects
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION 1. Army has been regarded from time immemorial as one of the essential instruments for the maintenance of a state. Kings, not only in India but throughout the ancient world, m...

Dynamics of Nuclear Disarmament Multilateral Negotiations
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: I. Introduction In 1957, Henry Kissinger aptly wrote that ‘ever since the end of the Second World War brought us not the peace we sought so earnestly, but an uneasy armistice, we have responded by ...

Revolution in Military Affairs
12th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION “The Ultimate Determinant in War is the Man on the Scene with the Gun.” Rear Admiral J. C. Wylie, USN. 1. The notion of military revolutions grew from Soviet writing of the ...

Issues of War Monuments in Estonia
11th Dec 2019
Introduction: Empty Spaces and the Value of Symbols: Estonia’s ‘War of Monuments’ from Another Angle * This article is the first published output from British Academy small research grant ref. SG-...

Military and Family Stressors for Female Military Members
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER 1: STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Retaining qualified men and women in military service is the backbone of total force readiness. Given the amount of money required to recruit and train personnel, ...

Military Leadership and Gender Bias
10th Dec 2019
Introduction: Leadership is an expansive term with many definitions and applications (Bishop, 2013).  The study of behavior in organizations is elusive in that it is difficult to define, and, as such, it remains ...