C. Uday Bhaskar

The writer is Director, Society for Policy Studies, New Delhi.

Articles By C. Uday Bhaskar

The soldier’s minister

Military remembers George Fernandes as an effective and empathetic leader.

Questions From Sentinel

Breach of Andaman island’s security protocols was a reality check on 26/11.

Farewell Captain

Vice Admiral Manohar Prahlad Awati embodied the spirit of adventure and the tradition of sea-faring.

The Podgy Admiral

Admiral Nadkarni was an able, down-to-earth chief and a professional to the core

A Post-Fact Conflict

How truth has been obscured in the narratives on chemical weapons in Syria.

On Such a Full Sea

A judicious mix of essays that seek to contextualise India’s naval strategy against the backdrop of Asia’s regional security environment.

Bilateral Buoyancy

Goa was a predictable photo-op, the real deal was the trade and aid partnerships.

Uri attack: Pressure on Modi govt to act decisively ‘now’ is visible, but must be well thought through

Pak wages its proxy war with impunity. India should avoid falling into the trap of impulsive indignation

The unassuming statesman

S.R. Nathan was one of the architects of India’s relations with the ASEAN

Arundhati Ghose (1940 – 2016): India’s CTBT Durga

Arundhati Ghose will be remembered for her role in India’s nuclear diplomacy.

The FDI illusion

The defence sector needs much more than increased foreign direct investment

Bhagat Singh’s Nationalism

It was very different from the version that prevails on his 85th death anniversary.

The greyest of the Grey Eagles

Admiral Ram Tahiliani was a role model for the fraternity of sailors.

Rathore ‘covert’ remarks: India needs to focus more on strategic communication

Strat com is now a universally recognized and respected tool in the national quiver and the rapid advances in cyber and media technology has only made this skill-set that much more relevant.

The Farkhunda shame

Women pallbearers of her coffin have signalled a new moment in Kabul.

Missing a defence minister

National security management needs a comprehensive review.

Soldier,scholar,institution builder

Air Commodore (retired) Jasjit Singh,who passed away on Sunday,August 4,in Gurgaon will be long-remembered as a pioneer of Indian defence and security studies

Pioneer of Navy’s aviation arm

Admiral ‘Miki’ Roy,who passed away last week. will be long remembered for his varied and valuable contribution to the Indian Navy and the nation

Unassuming,yet a visionary

With Admiral Oscar Stanley Dawson’s death in Bangalore on Sunday,the flag has been lowered on the last of the World War II veterans who burnished the office of the Chief of Naval Staff.

Best-selling,even after 70

Remembering Narendra Singh Sarila — diplomat,industrialist,historian.