This fourteenth volume of Indiaas National Security Annual Review intensively analyses Indiaas national security with respect to the changing internal and external dynamics. In the global environment, the situation is characterised by rising tensions between United States and Russia, intensified rivalry between United States (US) and China, and increasing cooperation between China and Russia. For India which seeks peaceful growth to emerge as a major power, this poses severe diplomatic challenges. This volume discusses the complexity of these challenges and the deftness with which India gets the best out of its strategic partnerships with the US and Russia while warding off the transgressions of a mighty adversary like China. It also studies the impact of internal convulsions and external intrusions on Indiaas security from South Asian nations such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Examining the field of internal security, the essays carry rare insights into the causes of expansion of Naxalite violence in tribal areas and the dynamics of conflict resolution in the Northeast, as well as Indiaas deep concern as a growing power with its economic slowdown in the recent past, and energy and cyber security. Bringing together contributions from eminent scholars and diplomats, the volume will be indispensable for policymakers, government think tanks, defence and strategic studies experts, as well as students and researchers of international relations, foreign policy and political science.10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 31 July 2012, p.94, http://www.wx4all.net/pca/ bd-in/India%27s%20 Counter-Memorial%20Vol%20I.pdf (accessed on 31 December 2014). 5 Sreeradha Datta ... 8 Permanent Court of Arbitration, aAwarda, The Arbitral Tribunal, The Hague, 7 July 2014, ... 9 Rajiv Sharma, aUNTribunal Puts an End to 40-Year-Old India-Bangladesh Maritime Disputea, RT, 16 July 2014, anbsp;...
|Title||:||India’s National Security|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-07-03|