Concept Note The India-Pakistan tensions along the Line of Control (LoC) are once again spiralling and could eventually end up into a serious military escalation
The present day world is becoming increasingly dependent on space based infrastructure including satellites, ground stations and data-links, which are transnational and trans-boundaries. At the same time, all space applications are increasingly dependent on computers and connectivity.
India and Pakistan stand at the precipice of yet another crisis over Kashmir, second in the same year. India’s illegal and illegitimate deoperationalization of Article 370 and 35A has led to revocation of Jammu & Kashmir’s special status.
During 21st Century, the term “National Security” has been redefined to include the non-traditional security challenges in addition to external military threats. The security and stability of any nation-state is dependent on a host of internal and external factors, such as economy, industrialization,
The Center for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS) with the collaboration of South Asian Strategic Security Studies (SASSI) organized a round table discussion on ‘’Pulwama: