Book Discussion on The Oxford Handbook of India’s National Security
About the Book
This Handbook is the first comprehensive analysis of all the national security challenges facing India. With contributions from leading and rising scholars from across the world, the essays cover a wide range of topics including the colonial legacy; India’s wars; strategic culture; nuclear security; and the role of space, cybersecurity, terrorism, insurgencies, intelligence, and civil-military relations; among others. It focuses on India’s external as well as internal security challenges, and traditional as well as non-traditional challenges to India’s national security, as also on the major theoretical approaches to India’s national security and on the relationship between national security and state-making in India.
Prof. Harsh Pant, Head of Strategic Studies Programme, ORF
Prof. Sumit Ganguly, Indiana University, Bloomington
Dr. Nicolas Blarel, Leiden University
Dr. Manjeet Pardesi, Victoria University of Wellington
Amb. Ranjan Mathai, Former Foreign Secretary of India
Dr. Abhijnan Rej, Fellow, ORF
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