In the last four years, this blog has been cited by security professionals, academics (students and professors), and I’ve had the good fortune of being quoted in the press, and working with people who can make decisions that can catalyze change. It has been a lot of fun, rewarding, and hopefully helped.
However, I haven’t been able to give this site sufficient consideration for a while and that will likely remain the case. So it is time to shut the doors. The archive will remain here, but no new content.
That said, I care deeply about the future of India. The country’s current trajectory relies on terrible decision making, gross corruption, and huge systemic flaws to continue. There is an unhappy and unpleasant correction to be had, and the Naxals are a symptom. But there is hope, and more importantly, unprecedented opportunity in an India that embraces a majority of its citizens instead of isolating them. That is something I am thinking about, and will be writing about on a new India-focused site. I don’t know when that will be though. Hopefully soon.
You can still find me at my main site. Please do get in touch, and thanks for your support.