Siachen – an exercise in futility

Who does what

War, said Odysseus to Achilles, is young men dying and old men talking.

The old men are talking these days. For the tragedy at Siachen has stirred up debate on wisdom of the war itself and the old men are frothing at the mouth. Row upon row of home-grown Sun Tzus . . . → Read More: Siachen – an exercise in futility

“Super Weapons” for whom?

While most countries are busy developing advanced weapons technologies and even more advanced technologies to counter the advanced super weapons that their rivals or foes are developing, billions of dollars are being spent for non-productive and highly destructive objectives. Do citizens of these countries want all these weapons? Weapons which will obliterate citizens of other . . . → Read More: “Super Weapons” for whom?