Journal of Defence Studies, Vol. 12, No. 1, January-March 2018
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  • This issue features articles on the study of military science in India, additive manufacturing to defence and aerospace sector, and on drones being a possible terror tool. It also includes a perspective on the Doklam issue, a review essay and four book reviews.




    Doklam and the Indo-China Boundary
    -- A.K. Bardalai


    A Longue Durée Perspective on Military Science in India
    -- Pradeep Kumar Gautam
    Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace and Defence Sector: Strategy of India
    -- Prakash Panneerselvam
    Drones: An Emerging Terror Tool
    -- Atul Pant

    Review Essay

    India’s Pathways for Regional Prominence in Asia-Pacific: Prospects and Challenges
    -- Abhay Kumar Singh

    Book Reviews

    Faith, Unity, Discipline: The ISI of Pakistan, by Hein G. Kiessling
    -- Vishal Kumar Verma
    High Command: British Military Leadership in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, by Christopher L. Elliott
    -- Kishore Kumar Khera
    Inside the Enemy’s Computer: Identifying Cyber-Attackers, by Clement Guitton
    -- Munish Sharma
    Balochistan, the British and the Great Game: The Struggle for the Bolan Pass, Gateway to India, by T.A. Heathcote
    -- Y. M. Bammi

    Acknowledgement of Referees for Vol. 11, Nos 1-4