Nitin A. Gokhale Articles 78
Nitin Gokhale has been a multimedia reporter since 1983. He has recently made a transition from being a full-time journalist to becoming an author, media trainer and researcher.
He has authored four books on military, conflicts and wars. He also makes documentaries and is a regular visiting faculty at top defence institutions in the country.
He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For the first time since the Kargil conflict in 1999, the Indian Army’s ammunition stock, inventory of spares and maintenance of its existing crucial equipment is up to date, thanks to a com... Read more
At first glance, the government’s proposed new defence Production Policy (http://ddpmod.gov.in/sites/default/files/Draft%20Defence%20Production%20Policy%202018%20-%20for%20website.pdf), curr... Read more
There will be many achievements that the Indian Army will rightfully talk about today on the occasion of the Army Day 2018 but one small but significant tweaking of a long standing promotion... Read more
The appointment of former Director of Intelligence Bureau Dineshwar Sharma as interlocutor for a ‘sustained’ interaction and dialogue with stakeholders in Jammu and Kashmir is a logical step... Read more
Going beyond the headlines on the resolution of the Dolam crisis, it is important to look at China and its current dispensation under President Xi Jingping from a long term perspective rathe... Read more
The Dolam standoff is over. A brief statement by MEA issued just minutes ago said disengagement of troops is ongoing at the face-off sight. Clearly, Indian and Chinese diplomats burning the... Read more
India’s National Security Adviser Ajit Doval is back from Beijing after attending the BRICS national security advisers’ conclave and meeting his Chinese counterpart, Yang Jiechi, but there i... Read more
As the world’s attention remains focused on the increasingly bitter standoff between India and China over a stretch of plateau that belongs to the tiny Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, New Delhi... Read more
As the military standoff over Doka La (or Doklam plateau) between India and China spills over into its second month, it is important to understand both the military and geo-strategic reasons... Read more
The Asian Security Conference, more popularly known as the Shangri La Dialogue—held every June in Singapore’s Shangri La Hotel—always attracts the attention it deserves because of the high-o... Read more