Indian Defence Review (IDR), a quarterly journal, is read by almost all leading policy makers at senior bureaucratic, political and military levels. Time and again, the incisive analyses in the Indian Defence Review have helped form opinions and shape strategic responses on the sub-continent.
Indian Defence Review is recommended reading by the Army, Navy, and the Air Force headquarters for officers and is considered "country's most prestigious defence publication". It not only "prides itself on being a sober, pragmatic, mainstream journal", but is considered "a premier strategic affairs think-tank" that shapes policies in matters of security and defence industry. IDR won accolades as "India's best known military publication", and "the most impressive, useful and independent publication". It is the only journal from India that sells in bookshops worldwide.
With lowest tariff, highest visibility and the longest shelf-life, IDR is a premium journal that extensively covers geopolitics, aerospace trends, naval affairs, army force development, and instruments of internal security. Therefore, the journal provides a unique window of opportunity to the defence industry.
Read About IDR: http://www.indiandefencereview.com/about-us/India's most respected defence publication."
"...country's most prestigious defence publication."
"It is a most impressive and interesting publication. I hope that it reaches some of our top brass."
says Ambassador Dr. M Yegar from Israel
"India's best known military publication."
"a premier strategic affairs think tank."
"The most impressive publication."
The Economic Times
"the most impressive, useful and independent publication."
"Indian Defence Review prides itself on being a sober, pragmatic, mainstream journal."
Professor John W. Garver, in the book entitled, "India As An Emerging Power"
Author: Lt Gen JS Bajwa (Ed)
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