Tag: Chinese PLA

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  • The dishonoured Air Chief

    The dishonoured Air Chief

    Is India a banana republic? The answer is an emphatic 'No'. Yet, why does a political stalwart, who and whose political party had the pleasure and privilege of ruling India for 55 years, publicly target and viciously denigrate the incumbent Indian Air Force chief? Why this humiliation? Especially, on a day, when the Chinese foreign minister, Wang, and a military delegation from Beijing are in town? How happy will the Chinese be? Will, they not celebrate? Elated to see helplessness of the dishonoured serving Air Chief.

    December 29, 2018
  • Xi asks new PLA units to be ready for combat, modern warfare

    Xi asks new PLA units to be ready for combat, modern warfare

    Chinese President Xi Jinping has asked the PLA's newly-formed 84 large military units to prepare themselves for combat and give priority to building "new-type" fighting capabilities in electronic, information and space warfare. Xi, also the Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC), the overall high command of the 2.3 million-strong military, spoke to the commanders …

    April 19, 2017
  • The missing perspective

    The missing perspective

    Foreign policy involves complex variables and considerations, both internal and external, reflecting a future roadmap for the country. With neighbours like China and Pakistan, the security dimension is the overarching theme in defining foreign policy. Therefore, the country that manages security conversations better in a bilateral equation often manages to keep the other stumped, second-guessing …

    April 9, 2017