“A paradigm shift in warfare is that cyber warfare is now an everlasting activity that would only intensify in times to come.”
The wars of 1965 and 1971 both taught Pakistan some precious lessons. The deterrence then possessed was not enough to scare off an enemy three times larger in military might.
Now advanced countries are stepping to launch satellite constellations with a web of thousands of satellites launching and operating for different purposes.
Whether plants, forests, crops or vegetation, or animals, both face consequences of loss and destruction that were surely not meant for them.
Climate change has been one of the grave issues this planet experiences and its impact on national security intensifies the danger.
Several international pacts and treaties, including and the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention, have essentially prohibited offensive biological warfare.
In this article, we will look at the aspects of the US-CJADC2 and some other major applications of Multi-domain warfare in systems developed by private companies.
The world looked at us as a role model; Pakistan’s GDP was growing, then, unfortunately, with the 71 happenings in East Pakistan, etc., the growth rate went down. So many factors are responsible, but primarily, I think what is in our control is our leadership. And that is where we have not been able to do a good job.
The emerging trends of using new technologies for war strategies have underlined a couple of unresolved security puzzles that have implications for international security and defense policies.