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A monthly publication, geopolitics is committed to uncover, report and analyse all aspects of policies and activities in the security and defence spheres. Without ideology, bias or affiliation, it provides analysis and information that traditional media outlets do not. Convinced that India’s security is intrinsically linked to that of South Asia as a region and that India’s concerns on nuclear and drug trafficking, weapons of mass destructions, terrorism and religious fundamentalism cannot be overcome without a regional strategy, geopolitics offers in-depth features from across the subcontinent, reaching a growing audience of influential professionals and decision-makers. With a rich content provided by specialists drawn from media, academia, think tanks as well as military professionals from India and abroad, geopolitics covers: ; Security policies, politics and legislation ; Worldwide market developments and trends

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GEOPOLITICS READER PROFILE 2010

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Reader Profile TOTAL 34980 100.0% Defence & Security Industry (3190) 9.12%

Think-tanks, Associations, Institutes (1705) 4.87%

Others (2865) 8.19%

Armed Forces (15580) 44.54%

Governm ent & Ministries (4570) 13.06% Police Force (5260) 15.04%

Rank/Designation TOTAL 34980 100.0% Deputy Secretary and above (4570) 13.06%

General Manager and above (3190) 9.12%

Para-Military Forces (1810) 5.17%

Miscellaneous (2865) 8.19%

Colonel or equivalent and above (17285) 49.41%

; New products, technologies and programmes ; Interviews with world leaders, diplomats and business tycoons ; Advances in military tactics, doctrine and strategy ; Military budgets and the politics of defence ; Insightful commentary and analysis ; Highly focused special reports on national, regional and international security environments

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* Over 35,000 copies are distributed in India per month * Approximately 3,000 copies are distributed every month to Defence Industry and Think-tanks in America, Europe and Asia

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Exploring and mapping India’s space/aerospace Advanced jet trainers: problems and prospects Boeing and Indian defence market

Total Distribution Subscriber and complimentary mailing 32115 Retail Bookshops in major cities 6000 Exhibitions & Conferences 1000 Stocks and vouchers 385 Total 39500 (** includes 2835 copies being sold from the book shops)

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Why India needs combat helicopters? Need for a military doctrine Search for a suitable engines for India’s LCAs

War and technologies (emphasis on Robots) Combating piracy menace Aviation Security

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India’s fighter ships: problems and prospects Importance of UAVs Modernizing our paramilitary forces

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Cyber Security and the importance

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Small arms: Is self-reliance elusive? Securing our ports and coasts India’s energy security

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Missile defence of India Countering modern Torpedoes Para commandoes/Special forces


geopolitics media kit

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geopolitics

A monthly publication, geopolitics is committed to uncover, report and analyse all aspects of policies and activities in the security and defence spheres. Without ideology, bias or affiliation, it provides analysis and information that traditional media outlets do not. Convinced that India’s security is intrinsically linked to that of South Asia as a region and that India’s concerns on nuclear and drug trafficking, weapons of mass destructions, terrorism and religious fundamentalism cannot be overcome without a regional strategy, geopolitics offers in-depth features from across the subcontinent, reaching a growing audience of influential professionals and decision-makers. With a rich content provided by specialists drawn from media, academia, think tanks as well as military professionals from India and abroad, geopolitics covers: ; Security policies, politics and legislation ; Worldwide market developments and trends

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CI R CU L AT I O N

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GEOPOLITICS READER PROFILE 2010

C ALE NDAR

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Reader Profile TOTAL 34980 100.0% Defence & Security Industry (3190) 9.12%

Think-tanks, Associations, Institutes (1705) 4.87%

Others (2865) 8.19%

Armed Forces (15580) 44.54%

Governm ent & Ministries (4570) 13.06% Police Force (5260) 15.04%

Rank/Designation TOTAL 34980 100.0% Deputy Secretary and above (4570) 13.06%

General Manager and above (3190) 9.12%

Para-Military Forces (1810) 5.17%

Miscellaneous (2865) 8.19%

Colonel or equivalent and above (17285) 49.41%

; New products, technologies and programmes ; Interviews with world leaders, diplomats and business tycoons ; Advances in military tactics, doctrine and strategy ; Military budgets and the politics of defence ; Insightful commentary and analysis ; Highly focused special reports on national, regional and international security environments

Suprintendent of Police or equivalent and above (7070) 20.21%

2010

* Over 35,000 copies are distributed in India per month * Approximately 3,000 copies are distributed every month to Defence Industry and Think-tanks in America, Europe and Asia

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Exploring and mapping India’s space/aerospace Advanced jet trainers: problems and prospects Boeing and Indian defence market

Total Distribution Subscriber and complimentary mailing 32115 Retail Bookshops in major cities 6000 Exhibitions & Conferences 1000 Stocks and vouchers 385 Total 39500 (** includes 2835 copies being sold from the book shops)

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Why India needs combat helicopters? Need for a military doctrine Search for a suitable engines for India’s LCAs

War and technologies (emphasis on Robots) Combating piracy menace Aviation Security

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India’s fighter ships: problems and prospects Importance of UAVs Modernizing our paramilitary forces

2011 January z

Cyber Security and the importance

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of IT as a combat tool Evaluating India’s higher defence organization (leadership and operational stress) Anti-tank missiles

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Small arms: Is self-reliance elusive? Securing our ports and coasts India’s energy security

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Missile defence of India Countering modern Torpedoes Para commandoes/Special forces


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