Manish Tewari | Theatres of the New Cold War

The next theatre of the Cold War would be Africa where the Chinese have invested resources much before the formal commencement of the BRI What would the new Cold War look like as China attempts to achieve its misconceived tryst with the destiny of becoming the world’s pre-eminent power by 2049, completing one hundred years as a modern communist state albeit with capitalist characters? Where then would China’s push points lie? The first and obvious one — is the Western Pacific. China has been now for decades trying to break…

How A Tiny Singapore Could Fluster The Most Powerful Navy In Asia, The Chinese PLAN?

China’s growing interests in the Indian Ocean Region are likely to be jeopardized as the US has called for the establishment of a new naval fleet at the intersection of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.   China Looks To Create An Army Of Stealth Fighter Jets With New “Metamaterial” Element “We can’t just rely on the Seventh Fleet in Japan. We have to look to our other allies and partners like Singapore, like India, and actually put a numbered fleet where it would be extremely relevant if, God forbid, we were…

Philippines set to be first buyer of India-Russia cruise missile

NEW DELHI/MANILA — India and Russia are looking to export to the Philippines their jointly developed BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, a move that may unnerve Beijing, given its border standoff with New Delhi and territorial disputes with other neighbors in the South China Sea. The BrahMos takes its name from two rivers — the Brahmaputra in India and the Moskva in Russia. The missile is manufactured by an Indo-Russian joint venture, BrahMos Aerospace, which was set up in India in 1998 and is responsible for designing, developing and marketing the…