The last two years have witnessed deterioration in the global security situation characterised by increasing tensions among major powers. The threat perceptions of the US, China and Russia vis-is each other have sharpened. There is stiff competition among them to dominate the strategic space in different parts of the world. This has led them to fo
Table of Contents
About the Editor List of Illustrations List of Contributors Preface Map of India‘s Strategic Neighbourhood 1. Introduction Part I National Security Review 2. National Security Environment Part II. India‘s Security Zone 3. India‘s Regional Security Concerns 4. Rising Profile of Pakistan‘s Army 5. India‘s Maritime Diplomacy in the Indian Ocean and Beyond 6. Political Turbulence in West Asia: Impact on India 7. India-Japan Special Strategic Partnership Part III. Challenges for India 8. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor 9. Role of Private Sector in the Aerospace and Defence Industry 10. Dealing with India‘s Counter-Insurgency Challenge Part IV. Assessing Internal Security 11. Radicalisation of Indian Youth 12. The Naga Insurgency 13. Rural Poverty and Distress Part V. Changing Global Imperatives 14. The International Terror Threat: Need for a Counter-Terror Convention 15. Emerging Multilateral Trade Regimes: Implications for India 16. Climate Change and India‘s Security Environment Part VI. India‘s Strategic Partners: Economic Dimension Part VII. National Security Assessment
Satish Kumar is former Professor of Diplomacy at Jawaharlal Nehru University and currently Director at the Foundation for National Security Research, New Delhi, India.