Rafale deal typifies a classic case of ‘arms dynamic’ which explains that arms transactions can be a complex affair involving elements of state, bureaucracy and armed forces from the recipient side and manufacturers and the state from the supplier side.
Discussing the execution of Shoko Asahara is not only relevant from the historical perspective, but it is important to keep the debate alive on this subject since the threat from chemical/Biological weapons still exists.
This paper is an effort to assess empirical evidence related to threat perception of one of the most dreaded biological weapon of mass destruction, Ricin. The evidence shows a realistic view to the notorious perception of Ricin, suggesting a need to reform the CWC policies!
South Asia Conflict Monitor (SACM) aims to provide in depth analyses, country briefs, brief sketches of important players and a timeline of major events on issues relating to armed conflicts, insurgencies and terrorism. It also aims to cover government’s strategies on conflict resolution and related policies to tackle these risks and crises.