What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature

What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature
What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature

As China’s second aircraft carrier is being prepared for launch in late April, experts are predicting what kind of technological breakthroughs the third China-made carrier may have.

What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature
What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature

As China’s second aircraft carrier is being prepared for launch in late April, experts are predicting what kind of technological breakthroughs the third China-made carrier may have.

During an interview with BTV, a Chinese military, expert Xu Guangyu made his forecast suggesting that the third aircraft carrier may be nuclear-powered.

The first domestically built carrier is likely to be like the Liaoning [China's first aircraft carrier]. It will be conventionally powered and use a ski-jump take-off, whereas the second one is likely to use a catapult take-off… The third one, however, will benefit from major breakthroughs and may even be nuclear-powered,” China Daily newspaper reported Xu as saying.

Experts further predict that the third China-made carrier may even have the capacity for an electromagnetic launch.

The development of Chinese aircraft carriers is a slow but steady process. From platform construction to personnel training, it's all gradual,” Xu said.

Earlier it was reported that the second aircraft carrier which is country’s first domestically built carrier will be able to dock from 28 to 36 units of Jian-15 fighters (J-15).

The Chinese media reported that the aircraft carrier could be launched in late April 2017. According to some experts, the likely date is April 23 which is the anniversary date of the founding of the PLA Navy.

Currently, the Chinese Navy arsenal consists of the Liaoning aircraft carrier, created on the basis of the Soviet cruiser Varyag. Liaoning can base 24 J-15 fighters.

Liaoning is a Type 001 class vessel. The first carrier was rebuilt out of the Soviet aircraft cruiser Varyag in early 2000s, with the first sea trial taking place in 2011. In September 2012, Liaoning was commissioned into the PLA Navy.

In late December 2015, the Chinese Defense Ministry announced plans to construct a new Liaoning aircraft carrier built by China itself.

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What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature

What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature
What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature

As China’s second aircraft carrier is being prepared for launch in late April, experts are predicting what kind of technological breakthroughs the third China-made carrier may have.

What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature
What Kind of 'Major Advances' China's Third Aircraft Carrier May Feature

As China’s second aircraft carrier is being prepared for launch in late April, experts are predicting what kind of technological breakthroughs the third China-made carrier may have.

During an interview with BTV, a Chinese military, expert Xu Guangyu made his forecast suggesting that the third aircraft carrier may be nuclear-powered.

The first domestically built carrier is likely to be like the Liaoning [China's first aircraft carrier]. It will be conventionally powered and use a ski-jump take-off, whereas the second one is likely to use a catapult take-off… The third one, however, will benefit from major breakthroughs and may even be nuclear-powered,” China Daily newspaper reported Xu as saying.

Experts further predict that the third China-made carrier may even have the capacity for an electromagnetic launch.

The development of Chinese aircraft carriers is a slow but steady process. From platform construction to personnel training, it's all gradual,” Xu said.

Earlier it was reported that the second aircraft carrier which is country’s first domestically built carrier will be able to dock from 28 to 36 units of Jian-15 fighters (J-15).

The Chinese media reported that the aircraft carrier could be launched in late April 2017. According to some experts, the likely date is April 23 which is the anniversary date of the founding of the PLA Navy.

Currently, the Chinese Navy arsenal consists of the Liaoning aircraft carrier, created on the basis of the Soviet cruiser Varyag. Liaoning can base 24 J-15 fighters.

Liaoning is a Type 001 class vessel. The first carrier was rebuilt out of the Soviet aircraft cruiser Varyag in early 2000s, with the first sea trial taking place in 2011. In September 2012, Liaoning was commissioned into the PLA Navy.

In late December 2015, the Chinese Defense Ministry announced plans to construct a new Liaoning aircraft carrier built by China itself.

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US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

Afghanistan's President and US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster have discussed issues related to security and counter terrorism during a conversation.

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani met with US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster to discuss issues related to security and counter terrorism, Ghani's office said Sunday.

Pres. AshrafGhani &US #NSA #McMaster discussed bilateral ties, security,counter terrorism, reforms &development in today's meeting in #Arg. pic. twitter.
ارگ (@ARG_AFG) 16 апреля 2017 г.

McMaster's visit to Kabul came shortly after the US bomb strike on Afghanistan’s eastern province.

On Thursday, a 22,000-pound GBU-43, or MOAB bomb, which is the largest non-nuclear bomb in the US military arsenal, was dropped from a C-130 military airlift aircraft, targeting an underground complex and tunnels in Afghan province of Nangarhar believed to be used by the Islamic State terrorist group, banned in Russia and many other countries.

Nangarhar officials reported that the bomb killed at least 94 terrorists including four senior commanders, media reported.

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US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

Afghanistan's President and US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster have discussed issues related to security and counter terrorism during a conversation.

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani met with US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster to discuss issues related to security and counter terrorism, Ghani's office said Sunday.

Pres. AshrafGhani &US #NSA #McMaster discussed bilateral ties, security,counter terrorism, reforms &development in today's meeting in #Arg. pic. twitter.
ارگ (@ARG_AFG) 16 апреля 2017 г.

McMaster's visit to Kabul came shortly after the US bomb strike on Afghanistan’s eastern province.

On Thursday, a 22,000-pound GBU-43, or MOAB bomb, which is the largest non-nuclear bomb in the US military arsenal, was dropped from a C-130 military airlift aircraft, targeting an underground complex and tunnels in Afghan province of Nangarhar believed to be used by the Islamic State terrorist group, banned in Russia and many other countries.

Nangarhar officials reported that the bomb killed at least 94 terrorists including four senior commanders, media reported.

Read more http://theindiansubcontinent.com/defense/item/361196-us-national-security-adviser-arrives-in-afghanistan-days-after-moab-strike

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

Afghanistan's President and US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster have discussed issues related to security and counter terrorism during a conversation.

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani met with US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster to discuss issues related to security and counter terrorism, Ghani's office said Sunday.

Pres. AshrafGhani &US #NSA #McMaster discussed bilateral ties, security,counter terrorism, reforms &development in today's meeting in #Arg. pic. twitter.
ارگ (@ARG_AFG) 16 апреля 2017 г.

McMaster's visit to Kabul came shortly after the US bomb strike on Afghanistan’s eastern province.

On Thursday, a 22,000-pound GBU-43, or MOAB bomb, which is the largest non-nuclear bomb in the US military arsenal, was dropped from a C-130 military airlift aircraft, targeting an underground complex and tunnels in Afghan province of Nangarhar believed to be used by the Islamic State terrorist group, banned in Russia and many other countries.

Nangarhar officials reported that the bomb killed at least 94 terrorists including four senior commanders, media reported.

Read more http://theindiansubcontinent.com/defense/item/361195-us-national-security-adviser-arrives-in-afghanistan-days-after-moab-strike

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike
US National Security Adviser Arrives in Afghanistan Days After MOAB Strike

Newly named National Security Adviser Army Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster listens as U. S. President Donald Trump makes the announcement at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida U. S.

Afghanistan's President and US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster have discussed issues related to security and counter terrorism during a conversation.

Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani met with US National Security Adviser Herbert McMaster to discuss issues related to security and counter terrorism, Ghani's office said Sunday.

Pres. AshrafGhani &US #NSA #McMaster discussed bilateral ties, security,counter terrorism, reforms &development in today's meeting in #Arg. pic. twitter.
ارگ (@ARG_AFG) 16 апреля 2017 г.

McMaster's visit to Kabul came shortly after the US bomb strike on Afghanistan’s eastern province.

On Thursday, a 22,000-pound GBU-43, or MOAB bomb, which is the largest non-nuclear bomb in the US military arsenal, was dropped from a C-130 military airlift aircraft, targeting an underground complex and tunnels in Afghan province of Nangarhar believed to be used by the Islamic State terrorist group, banned in Russia and many other countries.

Nangarhar officials reported that the bomb killed at least 94 terrorists including four senior commanders, media reported.

Read more http://theindiansubcontinent.com/defense/item/361195-us-national-security-adviser-arrives-in-afghanistan-days-after-moab-strike

India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan

India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan
India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan

Effective foreign policy making and implementation require clear vision about self and pragmatic understanding of the prevailing international environment. For newly independent countries the role of leadership, especially founding fathers, becomes naturally very important for defining the core objectives of the foreign policy of the country.

India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan
India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan

Effective foreign policy making and implementation require clear vision about self and pragmatic understanding of the prevailing international environment. For newly independent countries the role of leadership, especially founding fathers, becomes naturally very important for defining the core objectives of the foreign policy of the country. Defining the institutional structure and structuralization of long-term core foreign policy agenda requires leadership having the ability to make sense of outside world through the prism of pragmatism.

Jawaharlal Nehru the founding father of India and first prime minster of the country viewed India as a great power in its own right. Compensating the hard power deficiency that India had, Nehru took a normative stance for projecting India as a major power. He viewed India as leader of South Asia. The policy of supporting the freedom movements in Third World especially Africa was designed for promoting soft powder of India. What India lacked in hard power, Nehru tried to make it through foreign policy maneuvers aimed at enhancing India’s soft power.

The policy of non-alignment showed the perception of India as a major power by Nehru and his successors were actually meant for compensating the deficiency of hard power. During Indo-China border dispute, the great power claims by Indian leadership were put to test in ruthless international politics structured on realism. Swift, conclusive and humiliating defeat at the hands of China brought fundamental reassessment of means that India utilized for securing its foreign policy objectives.

For interaction with countries outside the South Asian region, India took benign foreign policy. Within South Asia, India even under Nehru followed an assertive foreign policy under the assumption that India was the leader of South Asia. Its aggressive foreign policy made Pakistan insecure and forced Pakistan to look options for balancing conventional superiority of Indian military by joining the US-led military alliances.

Ironically, instead of addressing the threats hurling mindset of Indian leadership that forced Pakistan to join Western camp during Cold War, Pakistan was blamed for involving outside powers in South Asia. Indian foreign policy makers and analysts fail to appreciate the fact that insulation of the region from outside powers desired by India for dominating small states in South Asia was detrimental to national security interests of Pakistan.

Indian expansionist foreign policy stance and threats to the territorial integrity of Pakistan meant that for rightful national security interest Pakistan was bound to look for military assistance from either of the powers leading Cold War. The policy of strategic autonomy that India followed was designed as a facade with the real purpose of establishing Indian dominance over South Asia while sending a message to great powers that South Asia belonged to India.

Development of military capabilities by India for plugging the gaps in its claim to great power status became a priority after it got defeat at the hands of China. Under Indira Gandhi, practically India distanced itself from nonalignment movement (NAM), only paying lip service to the true cause of nonalignment and became closely associated the Soviet Union Union for military buildup. Lack of strong knowledge and skill base for manufacturing advanced military hardware made India dependent on imported weapons from countries around the world.

Economic reforms in India during the last decade of 20th century have propelled India among top 10 economies of the world. Capital deficiency problem that India faced at the time of independence is now addressed to greater extent and at same time it has become attractive destination for foreign investment. The power of purse and the size of market has made India sought after country by major powers of the world. Gains made through rapid economic development are utilized by India for military buildup to back bids for major power status. India views its economic rise benign in nature, producing public goods for other South Asian countries except Pakistan. Within South Asia, through economic power, military threats and coercion, India has been making efforts for securing support to be recognized as legitimate leader of the region.

The US for its national interest is promoting and encouraging India to play a broader role in South Asia and Indian Ocean Region (IOR), without considering the destabilization effect of such moves on regional politics. By signing multiple military agreements with the US, India has sacrificed the policy of strategic autonomy for long term strategic alignment with the US for a greater role in world politics.

For narrow economic interests, nuclear deals that the US, Russia, Japan, Australia have signed with India, are adversely affecting the strategic stability of South Asia. Denial of permanent membership of United Nations Security Council at the hands of the US after World War II has been Indian misplaced grievance.

Though India claims to have a nuclear program for countering security threats from China, judging by fast growing Indian missile and nuclear program real purpose of such program is none other but adding credentials to its major power claim.

Without resolving outstanding territorial disputes with Pakistan, the Indian claim to be the leader of South Asia will essentially be challenged. India is trying to manufacture legitimacy through coercion and military threats. After becoming an overt nuclear power in response to the second nuclear test by India, Pakistan achieved the balance of terror by offsetting Indian conventional military superiority.

After losing the conventional military advantage for coercing Pakistan, India has shifted to nonconventional tactics for destabilizing Pakistan from within by promoting and financing terrorist groups in Pakistan. India is destabilizing Baluchistan through sending Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agents who perform espionage and sabotage activities. Such activities are directly affecting the counter-terrorism operations that Pakistan has launched against Taliban.

Pakistan should continue to oppose India’s bid for permanent membership of United Nations Security Council till India resolves the Kashmir dispute as per the wishes people of Kashmir. It is a new low for countries that have shown willingness to extend diplomatic support for Indian membership of UNSC, keeping in mind that India continues to disregard UN resolutions on Kashmir.

India continues to be the biggest arms importer of the world that means even today India lacks indigenous base for developing hard power capabilities. Maintaining necessary conventional and nuclear military capability is essential for countering military threats from India. Further deepening and broadening of strategic relations with China is required for offsetting the pressure of extra-regional powers on Pakistan.

Establishing relations with Russia on strong footing is essential for diversifying foreign policy option. Estranging the US will be counterproductive for Pakistan’s objective of bringing peace in Afghanistan. Pakistan needs to play balancing act while devising long-term accumulative foreign policy centered on the promotion of its national interest. Learning from our adversary India, revival, and expansion of economy of Pakistan is the first step for enhancing foreign policy option of Pakistan.

The writer is Research Associate at Strategic Vision Institute, a think-tank based in Islamabad.

Read more http://theindiansubcontinent.com/defense/item/361194-india-s-foreign-policy-ambitions-and-capabilities-options-for-pakistan

India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan

India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan
India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan

Effective foreign policy making and implementation require clear vision about self and pragmatic understanding of the prevailing international environment. For newly independent countries the role of leadership, especially founding fathers, becomes naturally very important for defining the core objectives of the foreign policy of the country.

India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan
India’s Foreign Policy Ambitions And Capabilities: Options For Pakistan

Effective foreign policy making and implementation require clear vision about self and pragmatic understanding of the prevailing international environment. For newly independent countries the role of leadership, especially founding fathers, becomes naturally very important for defining the core objectives of the foreign policy of the country. Defining the institutional structure and structuralization of long-term core foreign policy agenda requires leadership having the ability to make sense of outside world through the prism of pragmatism.

Jawaharlal Nehru the founding father of India and first prime minster of the country viewed India as a great power in its own right. Compensating the hard power deficiency that India had, Nehru took a normative stance for projecting India as a major power. He viewed India as leader of South Asia. The policy of supporting the freedom movements in Third World especially Africa was designed for promoting soft powder of India. What India lacked in hard power, Nehru tried to make it through foreign policy maneuvers aimed at enhancing India’s soft power.

The policy of non-alignment showed the perception of India as a major power by Nehru and his successors were actually meant for compensating the deficiency of hard power. During Indo-China border dispute, the great power claims by Indian leadership were put to test in ruthless international politics structured on realism. Swift, conclusive and humiliating defeat at the hands of China brought fundamental reassessment of means that India utilized for securing its foreign policy objectives.

For interaction with countries outside the South Asian region, India took benign foreign policy. Within South Asia, India even under Nehru followed an assertive foreign policy under the assumption that India was the leader of South Asia. Its aggressive foreign policy made Pakistan insecure and forced Pakistan to look options for balancing conventional superiority of Indian military by joining the US-led military alliances.

Ironically, instead of addressing the threats hurling mindset of Indian leadership that forced Pakistan to join Western camp during Cold War, Pakistan was blamed for involving outside powers in South Asia. Indian foreign policy makers and analysts fail to appreciate the fact that insulation of the region from outside powers desired by India for dominating small states in South Asia was detrimental to national security interests of Pakistan.

Indian expansionist foreign policy stance and threats to the territorial integrity of Pakistan meant that for rightful national security interest Pakistan was bound to look for military assistance from either of the powers leading Cold War. The policy of strategic autonomy that India followed was designed as a facade with the real purpose of establishing Indian dominance over South Asia while sending a message to great powers that South Asia belonged to India.

Development of military capabilities by India for plugging the gaps in its claim to great power status became a priority after it got defeat at the hands of China. Under Indira Gandhi, practically India distanced itself from nonalignment movement (NAM), only paying lip service to the true cause of nonalignment and became closely associated the Soviet Union Union for military buildup. Lack of strong knowledge and skill base for manufacturing advanced military hardware made India dependent on imported weapons from countries around the world.

Economic reforms in India during the last decade of 20th century have propelled India among top 10 economies of the world. Capital deficiency problem that India faced at the time of independence is now addressed to greater extent and at same time it has become attractive destination for foreign investment. The power of purse and the size of market has made India sought after country by major powers of the world. Gains made through rapid economic development are utilized by India for military buildup to back bids for major power status. India views its economic rise benign in nature, producing public goods for other South Asian countries except Pakistan. Within South Asia, through economic power, military threats and coercion, India has been making efforts for securing support to be recognized as legitimate leader of the region.

The US for its national interest is promoting and encouraging India to play a broader role in South Asia and Indian Ocean Region (IOR), without considering the destabilization effect of such moves on regional politics. By signing multiple military agreements with the US, India has sacrificed the policy of strategic autonomy for long term strategic alignment with the US for a greater role in world politics.

For narrow economic interests, nuclear deals that the US, Russia, Japan, Australia have signed with India, are adversely affecting the strategic stability of South Asia. Denial of permanent membership of United Nations Security Council at the hands of the US after World War II has been Indian misplaced grievance.

Though India claims to have a nuclear program for countering security threats from China, judging by fast growing Indian missile and nuclear program real purpose of such program is none other but adding credentials to its major power claim.

Without resolving outstanding territorial disputes with Pakistan, the Indian claim to be the leader of South Asia will essentially be challenged. India is trying to manufacture legitimacy through coercion and military threats. After becoming an overt nuclear power in response to the second nuclear test by India, Pakistan achieved the balance of terror by offsetting Indian conventional military superiority.

After losing the conventional military advantage for coercing Pakistan, India has shifted to nonconventional tactics for destabilizing Pakistan from within by promoting and financing terrorist groups in Pakistan. India is destabilizing Baluchistan through sending Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agents who perform espionage and sabotage activities. Such activities are directly affecting the counter-terrorism operations that Pakistan has launched against Taliban.

Pakistan should continue to oppose India’s bid for permanent membership of United Nations Security Council till India resolves the Kashmir dispute as per the wishes people of Kashmir. It is a new low for countries that have shown willingness to extend diplomatic support for Indian membership of UNSC, keeping in mind that India continues to disregard UN resolutions on Kashmir.

India continues to be the biggest arms importer of the world that means even today India lacks indigenous base for developing hard power capabilities. Maintaining necessary conventional and nuclear military capability is essential for countering military threats from India. Further deepening and broadening of strategic relations with China is required for offsetting the pressure of extra-regional powers on Pakistan.

Establishing relations with Russia on strong footing is essential for diversifying foreign policy option. Estranging the US will be counterproductive for Pakistan’s objective of bringing peace in Afghanistan. Pakistan needs to play balancing act while devising long-term accumulative foreign policy centered on the promotion of its national interest. Learning from our adversary India, revival, and expansion of economy of Pakistan is the first step for enhancing foreign policy option of Pakistan.

The writer is Research Associate at Strategic Vision Institute, a think-tank based in Islamabad.

Read more http://theindiansubcontinent.com/defense/item/361194-india-s-foreign-policy-ambitions-and-capabilities-options-for-pakistan

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