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CASS-INDIA CAMPAIGN

After launching three successful campaigns in the past involving South Asia, Central Asia and West Asia, CASS-India is currently focusing on Asia-Pacific region. Normally each campaign period remains in force for three to four years. Depending upon the response, CASS-India would either extend or cut short the tenure of the campaign period. Indeed, Asia-Pacific Campaign has started since year 2011.

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CASS-INDIA FOCUS

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Iraq crisis can deepen further
INTRODUCTION:

The fast advancement made by the Al-Qaeda inspired rebel group - Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) - is creating a chaotic situation for the whole region and the world. They are advancing terribly fast while capturing major cities of Iraq, a country which is already in a shattered state. The ISIS, driven by Sunni sentiments and Islamic ideology, aims at setting up a new state stretching across the Syria-Iraq border. The ISIS has already caught the imagination across the Sunni world, especially among young Sunni men in bordering countries. But the bigger impact of such act will be seen in coming days.

REACTION:

The current crisis in Iraq is the result of a bigger Shia-Sunni rivalry and conflict in West Asian region, which has always affected the world order.

Before the commencement of Arab Spring, it was Sunni-Shia sectarian rivalry that preoccupied most political analysts of the Middle East.

Indeed, Arab Spring brought about some changes but now it is a new situation where Sunnis are feeling the threat of growing Shia dominance in the region.

Thus, the growing tensions and occasional clashes between the two main strands of Islam have been major concerns. In fact, the Syria situation has emerged into a new battleground outside Syria.

With secret back up and deep pockets, ISIS militants have seized control of every major border crossing from Syria into

Challenges for Modi

MAY 2014: With the change of Indian leadership after a decade, the international community is closely observing the strategic

Air to air combat

MAY 2014: Establishing air supremacy is the primary mission of any air force hence the air to air combat is often dubbed as the cat and mouse game in

Combat mission

MAY 2014: Though armed forces all over the world are taking necessary steps to modernize and be ready to take on any challenge from rival

Role of UAV

MAY 2014: There has been a mad rush for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) over the past decade or so but it does not seem to have ameliorated

Special forces

MAY 2014: In today’s swift and intense warfare of 21st century, the Special Forces have already earned a special position for themselves

Naval infrastructure

APR. 2014: The creation of naval infrastructure has been dogged by an absence of funding. While there are more than 40 warships in various

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PGM technology

APR. 2014: In 1999 during the Kargil war India felt very acutely the need for air-delivered precision guided munitions. Freefall bombs

Modern weapon

APR. 2014: Since conventional weapons are not able to deliver the kinetic punch, leading militaries are now looking for a more potent weapon that

False hopes

MAR. 2014: With the acceptance of formal invite from Pakistan, it appeared that Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh would have visited Pakistan t

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