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India’s China strategy and its’ non-evolution

In 1962 the Indian Army was at its lowest ebb in over 200 years. The Indian Army acquitted itself reasonably well in the Western Ladakh sector; but its’ performance on the Eastern front (in Arunachal and Sikkim) was abysmal. While there were certainly accentuating factors, including political, the




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I write long form articles on military history, global military affairs, strategic affairs, geopolitics, and author the India focused National Identity series

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