Strategic Space by Manpreet Sethi
Manpreet Sethi
Senior Fellow at CAPS
  • Pulwama, Balakot, and the Future: How the Chips Stack Up
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    16 May, 2019   ·    5585
    For the time being, the India-Pakistan crisis triggered by the terrorist strike against the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy in February in Pulwama appears to have stabilised. However, India must have no delusions that such act ...
  • Hanoi Done: Now What for Trump and Kim?
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    27 Mar, 2019   ·    5572
    The second Summit between the heads of government of the US and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) ended earlier than expected on 28 February 2019. With both countries maintaining intransigent positions on how to handle the i ...
  • In the Wake of the Pulwama Massacre: What India Should Not Do
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    22 Feb, 2019   ·    5559
    For India, 14 February, a day that should have ended with rosy pictures of a romantic sunset ended with bloody images of death and gore. Even before New Delhi could point a finger towards Pakistan, a neighbour that has long sustained a ...
  • The Abnormal Normal: Time Stands Still at Two Minutes to Midnight
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    30 Jan, 2019   ·    5550
    The Doomsday Clock, maintained by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists since 1947, has come to symbolise a graphic description of the global security situation at any given time. Every year, the Science and Security Board of the Bulleti ...
  • Limited Use of Nuclear Weapons: Political and Military Implications
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    26 Dec, 2018   ·    5537
    Among the many things nuclear that 2018 will be remembered for, the rather cavalier statements made by leaders in the US, Russia and North Korea on the utility of nuclear weapons certainly stand out. Indeed, the US Nuclear Posture Review ...
  • Signalling with INS Arihant: Import of the Message and the Messenger
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    22 Nov, 2018   ·    5527
    The announcement on 5 November regarding the completion of the first deterrent patrol of India’s first indigenous nuclear-powered submarine (SSBN), the INS Arihant, has evoked three kinds of reactions: a euphoric one from strategic ana ...
  • Regional Nuclear Behaviour and Third Party Mediation
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    05 Sep, 2018   ·    5513
    Mooed Yusuf, Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments: US Crisis Management in South Asia, (Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 2018), Pp: 320, Price: INR 3,431.Concern regarding crises between two regional nuclear powe ...
  • Nuclear Security: The Focus Must Not Flag
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    20 Aug, 2018   ·    5508
    The last few weeks have witnessed the release of at least three reports (1, 2, 3) on nuclear security. This is a welcome development since the import of this subject has in no way diminished since the end of the Nuclear Security Summi ...
  • China and the Shape of the Indo-Pacific
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    18 Jul, 2018   ·    5496
    It is hardly surprising that China figures prominently in the idea of the Indo-Pacific. In fact, China ...
  • India-EU Partnership for Non-Proliferation: Challenges and Opportunities
    Manpreet Sethi   ·    20 Dec, 2017   ·    5409
    Despite being a strong economic entity of 28 major European countries, and India’s largest trading partner, the European Union (EU) does not figure prominently in India’s foreign policy conversation. The general perception of th ...
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