Journal of Defence Studies, Vol. 13, No. 1, January-March 2019
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  • The issue features articles on the domestic debate in India on China’s strategic presence in the Indian Ocean; how ‘modern’ concepts of leadership and management find representation in Indic traditions; and the debates on the legality and ethics of lethal autonomous weapons systems. It also features five book reviews.




    India’s Domestic Debate over China’s Growing Strategic Presence in the Indian Ocean
    -- Rajdeep Pakanati

    Leadership and Management Theories in Indic Traditions
    -- Pradeep Kumar Gautam

    Debating Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems
    -- Ajey Lele

    Book Review

    Perilous Interventions: The Security Council and the Politics of Chaos
    -- Lakshmi Priya

    India’s National Security: Annual Review 2018
    -- Atul Pant

    The Strategy Trap: India and Pakistan Under the Nuclear Shadow
    -- Arjun Subramaniam

    India in Nuclear Asia: Evolution of Regional Forces, Perceptions and Policies
    -- S. Samuel C. Rajiv

    Tiger Check: Automating the US Air Force Fighter Pilot in Air-to-Air Combat, 1950–1980
    -- Kishore Kumar Khera