India's National Security

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ISBN:

9780198081753

Publication date:

26/04/2013

Hardback

496 pages

220.0x145.0mm

Price: 1045.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198081753

Publication date:

26/04/2013

Hardback

496 pages

220.0x145.0mm

Part of Critical Issues in Indian Politics

Harsh V. Pant & Kanti P. Bajpai

Suitable for:  These collection of essays will be indispensable to students and scholars of international relations, political science, and South Asian-Asian studies. Policymakers, diplomats, journalists, and strategic affairs experts will also find the essays useful.

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Part of Critical Issues in Indian Politics

Harsh V. Pant & Kanti P. Bajpai

Description

 India’s conception of its security and its security practices are of great consequence not only for its people but also for its region, for Asia more broadly, and for the world as a whole. This timely volume brings together some of the best writings of prominent scholars on issues related to India’s national security.   India’s National Security is divided into four sections. These sections analyse India’s internal security, with a special focus on insurgency and terrorism, and the country’s response to domestic dangers; the nuclear history of India from 1947 to the nuclear tests conducted in 1998; key bilateral and regional relationships; and a vital yet neglected topic—the nature of, and need for, defence reforms.

Part of Critical Issues in Indian Politics

Harsh V. Pant & Kanti P. Bajpai

Part of Critical Issues in Indian Politics

Harsh V. Pant & Kanti P. Bajpai

Part of Critical Issues in Indian Politics

Harsh V. Pant & Kanti P. Bajpai

Part of Critical Issues in Indian Politics

Harsh V. Pant & Kanti P. Bajpai

Description

 India’s conception of its security and its security practices are of great consequence not only for its people but also for its region, for Asia more broadly, and for the world as a whole. This timely volume brings together some of the best writings of prominent scholars on issues related to India’s national security.   India’s National Security is divided into four sections. These sections analyse India’s internal security, with a special focus on insurgency and terrorism, and the country’s response to domestic dangers; the nuclear history of India from 1947 to the nuclear tests conducted in 1998; key bilateral and regional relationships; and a vital yet neglected topic—the nature of, and need for, defence reforms.

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