Paying for Ransomware attacks is like buying attackers silence said, Shivshankar Menon, former National Security Advisor and a renowned diplomat, at 17th Annual CIO & Leader Conference, held in Goa between 29th July 2016 to 31st July 2016. Menon was ... CIO & Leader, 1 month ago
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The foreign policy and national security choices of a country are often critical and have a strong impact on global perceptions of the country and also on its ties with other nations and international organizations. In his new book, Choices: Inside ...Brookings Institution, 2 days ago
By Vinod Sharma The Narendra Modi government appears to have settled for demonstrative escalation as opposed to substantive (military) action against Pakistan. Much of what's being discussed by way of punitive reprisals is déjà vu stuff; a ...South Asia Monitor, 2 days ago
India Rising: Fresh Hope New Fears; Ravi Velloor, Konark Publishers, Rs. 695. An anecdotal account that casts a perceptive eye on India in the decade preceding the rise of Narendra Modi The reader is invited to begin anywhere, says the blurb ...The Hindu, 1 week ago
One Belt One Road is a great initiative, but it's not an easy one. What looks like a masterstroke on paper, will turn into a nightmare for both China and Pakistan if India is not brought on board When Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Chinese ...New Delhi Pioneer, 3 weeks ago
Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi has broken with the precedent set by successive Prime Ministers of talking to Pakistan on the terms set by Islamabad. Inder Kumar Gujral freed Pakistan of any efforts at reciprocity for concessions made by ...Sunday Guardian Live, 1 month ago
Far from being a bad portent, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's bold gambit on Balochistan reflects a refreshing new nimbleness in India's foreign affairs that is responsive to rapidly altering ground realities. In the dog-eat-dog world of ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago
A majority of seven former Foreign Secretaries The Indian Express spoke with struck a note of caution, as they mulled over the "imponderables" and what is going to follow next from the government. A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi threw down ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
In September 2014, India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed his first important foreign guest, China's President Xi Jinping, with an eye to resetting both countries historically fraught relations. Eager for Beijing's support for his ...Today Online, 1 month ago
'It was almost as though there was widespread relief that the defence bureaucracy, and the minister, could find someone willing to shoulder the blame for everything that had gone wrong with the services under Antony's charge -- the poor preparedness of the forces, slow acquisitions caused by indecision, cancellation of contracts and whimsical blacklisting of defence contractors over the tiniest suspicion that they may have paid speed money or kickbacks.' Ravi Velloor, associate editor at ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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