Military Support to Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies

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CHAPTER I: Violence perpetrated by Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTOs) increased dramatically in 2006 and continued to rise dramatically through 2010.  According to the National Drug Intelligence Center's “National Drug Threat Assessment, 2010”, published in February 2010, “Mexican DTOs dominate the transportation of illicit drugs across the Southwest Border.  They typically use commercial trucks and private and rental vehicles to smuggle cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and ...

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Causes and Effects of Growing Terrorism

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Chapter 1 Introduction The Threat from Terrorism There are very few humans in the world today who have not had their lives altered or affected in some way through terrorist acts or the threat from terrorism. The highly publicized terrorist attacks in the United States, London, Madrid, and Mumbai were seen worldwide and have lead to sweeping changes in the security postures of many western and ...

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Chinese Revolution in Military Affairs and Lessons for India

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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION "In Statecraft, There Are No Permanent Friends Or Enemies, Only Permanent Interests."- Lord Palmerton, echoed most recently by Gen Pervez Musharraf of Pakistan! 1. American combat effectiveness in the Gulf War amazed the observers all around the world. The Gulf war indicated the future where the USA military could strike anywhere with force, precision, confusing its enemy electronically with little of warfare's collateral ...

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Space Power as Force Multiplier

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CHAPTER – I INTRODUCTION 1. The Space has always been a great matter of interest to human race, which gazed and tried to explore this cosmic world for thousands of years. Even our own epics talk a lot about space and its utilisation. However, Science flourished during the European Renaissance and fundamental physical laws governing planetary motion were discovered, and the orbits of the planets ...

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Role and Employment of Women in the Indian Armed Forces

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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION "The highest national priority must be the unleashing of woman power in governance. That is the single most important source of societal energy that we have kept corked for half a century". -Mani Shankar Aiyar 1. It is the society that is the feeder to any organization within its realm and the same is seen through its functioning & projection. Traditionally, men ...

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Employment of Special Forces in Conventional Operations

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INTRODUCTION General 1. The history of warfare is replete with instances of a band of elite troops taking on a numerically superior force and using surprise to achieve relative superiority to emerge victorious. In a world where the nature of threat is becoming increasingly complex & encompasses the entire spectrum of warfare, Special Forces hold their own importance. These highly trained & motivated troops with ...

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Kautilya's Arthashastra and War

07 Mar 2018

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CHAPTER - I INTRODUCTION 1. Arthashastra - Kautilya on War. Kautilya was a proponent of a welfare state but definitely encouraged war for preserving the power of the state. Kautilya's Arthashastra is a book of 'pure' logic, not taking any religious aspect into account. It deals with the various subjects directly and with razor like sharpness. The Arthashastra totally contains 5363 Sutras, 15 books, 150 ...

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India's Energy Security Concerns and Its Implications

07 Mar 2018

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CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION 1. India's economy undeniably, is on a roll. However the parallel energy discourse, sadly, moves at a slow pace, lacking in requisite agility and momentum. If India is to secure it's interests in a more healthy manner, it's energy discourse must keep pace qualitatively and quantitatively, in concept and in execution, with it's economic flight. There is indeed a need to take an analytical ...

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India in the New World Order as Regional Power

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INTRODUCTION Background 1. Dramatic changes at the global level have initiated a process of reorientation of the power distribution in international politics. The changes initiated with the disintegration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic (USSR ), the unification of Europe in pursuit of an identity of its own ,a sharp decline of communism has set in a process of transition in world affairs, the sudden ...

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Impact of the Maoist Insurgency on the Nepalese Society

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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. The Nepalese people had a positive, but to a large extent unrealistic, expectation with the new political establishment of 1990, which had installed a democratic system of governance in the country. This form of governance was unable to meet the people's expectations. Midterm parliamentary elections of November, 1994 resulted in a hung parliament that further led to a power-centric rivalry between various ...

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Subconventional War

07 Mar 2018

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CHAPTER- I INTRODUCTION 1. Many military strategists and theorists have concluded, based on recent history, the nature of future wars will be limited to regional and intrastate conflicts. Large interstate wars such as World Wars One and Two and the Persian Gulf War are not likely to be the wars of the future. UAVs are increasingly standard features of the modern combat theaters and Low ...

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Arthashastra and Its Relevance in Modern Warfare

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Arthashastra and its relevance in modern warfare and counterinsurgency/counterterrorism philosophy INTRODUCTION - SITUATING THE ARTHASHASTRA Historical Background 1. Kautilya, also known as Chanakya or Vishnugupta[5] 2. Artha[8] Arthashastra Overview 3. Written about 300 B.C., Kautilya's work was pitched to teach with the various intricacies of governance and politics to the king.[11] 4. Books of Treatise The Arthashastra is divided into 15 books, 150 chapters, 180 ...

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Royal Engineer Regiment (RER) Leadership in the Military

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND The Royal Engineer Regiment (RER), being one of the combat support arms in the Malaysian Army has the role and tasks of assisting the Army in the field of engineering. This paper will highlight the command and control of RER Interpersonal Leadership in the construction projects management. The main role and task of RER is to carry out major construction tasks ...

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Defence Logistics Organisation Analysis for War Suitability

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Historically, nation states have used military power as an instruement of state to achieve their national aims & objectives. Towards that end, logistics along with strategy and tactics constitute an important sub division of the practical art of war fighting" [1]. It therefore evolves upon students of military history to grasp the nuances of logistics, the way it affects the very essence of ...

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