Rajneesh Singh

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  • Rajneesh Singh is Research Fellow at the Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile

    Israel–Hamas War 2023: Beyond IDF’s Military Operations Lie Israel’s Intractable

    While Israel is determined to destroy Hamas, terrorist groups are known to survive the loss of their leaders and members.

    December 01, 2023

    Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan: Unravelling Pakistan’s Enduring Threat

    The 4 November 2023 attack on the Pakistan Air Force base by an affiliate of the TTP highlights the threat posed by the group to the Pakistani state.

    November 16, 2023

    Semiconductor War: Assessing the Strategies and Impact of US Led Technology Decoupling

    The United States and its allies have taken significant steps in recent years to decouple from China in the field of advanced chip manufacturing.

    October 26, 2023

    Sanctions on Russia: A Study of Economic Coercion in the Contemporary World

    On 24 February 2022, President Vladimir Putin announced 'special military operation' in Ukraine. This triggered a series of sanctions by the West, resulting in restrictions on Russia's financial institutions, including its central bank and energy export, among others.


    Strengthening Resilience: Atmanirbhar Bharat and Tackling Supply Chain Vulnerabilities

    The complexity and interconnection of global supply chains has heightened the realisation of the need for supply chain resilience and self-reliance in production.

    August 17, 2023

    The Wagner Group: A Tool of Hybrid Warfare

    The Wagner Group has become an indispensable tool of hybrid warfare for the Russian state

    May 31, 2023

    Equilibrium in Higher Defence Organisation and the Need for Restructuring

    The article deals with the issue of the necessity of identifying and maintaining equilibrium between the two key constituents of the higher defence organisation (HDO) of the country, namely, the civil bureaucrats and the service officers. In India, the military and the bureaucracy share a very delicate relationship. Though the protocol issues between the various appointments have been defined by the government, there is a requirement of greater clarity in the working relationship between them.

    April 2016

    United States Reforms to Its Higher Defence Organisation: Lessons for India

    United States Reforms to Its Higher Defence Organisation: Lessons for India

    Democracies of the world have many similarities, notwithstanding the differences in the system of governance and the governmental structure. The decision making by the Higher Defence Organisation (HDO) and the government of the United States and India face similar challenges regardless of the threat perception and the role, size and the employment of the military.


    British Reforms to Its Higher Defence Organisation: Lessons for India

    British Reforms to Its Higher Defence Organisation: Lessons for India

    All is not right with the Indian Higher Defence Organisation (HDO) became public knowledge, perhaps for the first time, after the Kargil War in 1999. There have been significant changes in the geo-strategic situation and the nature of threat faced by India over the years and yet little has changed in the higher defence management and the HDO of the country.


    Reforms to United States Higher Defence Organization: Lessons for India

    Fellows' Seminar
    March 14, 2014
    1030 to 1300 hrs