India’s National Security: Annual Review 2013 comprehensively analyses India’s engagement with major world powers, and immediate neighbours in a complex global security environment. It examines India’s response to internal and external threats, its foreign policy as well as measures taken for strengthening its economic security.
Governing Board. Editorial Board. Contributors. Preface. Map.Part I. National Security Review 1. An Overview 2. National Security Environment Satish Kumar (i) Global Security Trends (ii) External Security Situation (iii) Internal Security Developments 3. China’s Relations with India’s Neighbours (i) China’s Footprints in Nepal Shiv Mukherjee (ii) Bangladesh–China Growing Ties and Impact on India Sreeradha Dutta (iii) Deepening Sri Lanka–Shina Relations: Implications for India P. Sahadevan (iv) Afghanistan–China Relations: Impact on India Vivek Katju (v) Myanmar’s Relations with China: Impact on India Ranjit Gupta 4. Pakistan’s National Security 2012 FNSR Research Staff 5. Internal Security Challenges in China Srikanth Kondapalli 6. India’s Defence Initiatives 2012 FNSR Research Staff. Part II. National Security Challenges and Priorties 7. India’s Economic Security Chandrajit Banerjee 8. Political Prospects in Afghanistan Anand K. Sahay 9. Coping with Sanctions: Iran’s National Security Strategy Atul Aneja 10. Islamist Radicalisation in South Asia Wilson John 11. China’s Role in Raising Tensions in the Asia-Pacific Region Rajiv Sikri 12. India’s Maritime Security: From Indian Ocean to South China Sea Sureesh Mehta 13. Nuclear Power for India’s Energy Security: External and Internal Challenges R.B.Grover 14. National Preparedness in dealing with Internal Security Challenges S.D. Pradhan Part III. Towards a Stronger India 15. Bipartisanship on National Security and Foreign Policy Issues Sudha Pai 16. Communications: First Line of Defence B.G. Verghese 17. Indigenisation of Arms Industry in India Narendra Sisodia Part IV. Rising Powers Profile Part V. Chronology of Major Events. Index