Author: This research paper is a product of the research collaboration between the National Maritime Foundation, New Delhi and the Maritime Policy and Strategy Research Center, Haifa University (HMS), Israel, with the aim of providing policy recommendations to the respective governments of India and Israel. The article was first published on the HMS website in December […]
Author: This article seeks to provide the lay reader an insight into the Indian Navy’s centrality and the positivity of its contribution — at the strategic, operational and tactical levels — to India’s maritime efforts to mitigate the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. It also seeks to provide a glimpse into the cost-benefit ratio of […]
Author: On December 16 2016, the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) seized an Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) in the EEZ of the Philippines, approximately 50 nautical miles North-West of the Subic Bay. The UUV belonged to the United States (US) Navy. The US government condemned the Chinese action. It claimed that the People’s Republic of China […]
- Suriya Narayanan, Law as an Instrument of Maritime Power, Sixth Edition, ‘Dilli Series’ Sea Power Seminar, 158-165, 2019.
- Suriya Narayanan, “Book Review – Rebel Law: Insurgents, Courts and Justice in Modern Conflict by Frank Ledwidge” which can be accessed at https://idsa.in/jds/rebel-law-modern-conflict-snarayanan