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Applicability of UNCLOS in the South China Sea Dispute

Applicability of UNCLOS in the South China Sea Dispute

Applicability of UNCLOS in the South China Sea Dispute Lakshya Anand Legal aspects receive greater spotlight in the backdrop of the July 12, 2016, verdict by the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague on Philippines vs. China on the South China Sea dispute. The South China Sea is considered…

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India’s Strategic Guardian of the Sky: IRNSS

India’s Strategic Guardian of the Sky: IRNSS

India’s Strategic Guardian of the Sky: IRNSS Vithiyapathy P. During Kargil War, India realised its inevitable need for developing its own Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and Satellite-Based Augmentation System (SBAS), to meet both civil and military requirements. The unique stationary indigenous Hawk-eye: IRNSS will effectively assist India in monitoring,…

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India’s Engagement in the South China Sea Dispute

India’s Engagement in the South China Sea Dispute

India’s Engagement in the South China Sea Dispute Vishwesh Sundar Click here to buy Matternich, the German diplomat, observing contemporary Asia would have exclaimed, “When China sneezes; Southeast Asia catches a cold.” Chinese policies and claims in the South China Sea have a major impact on the littoral countries and…

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