Indian National Security - Oxford India Short Introductions Series (Paperback) by Chris Ogden
India is a country that is becoming increasingly complex locally and growing international. With its outstanding appearance, the short Indian Oxford introduction offers an invaluable introduction to both the internal…
Indian National Security synopsis
India is a country that is becoming increasingly complex locally and growing international. With its outstanding appearance, the short IndianOxford introduction offers an invaluable introduction to both the internal and external aspects of its nationalsecurity. In an increasingly interdependent and globalized world, the appreciation of the interests and principles that build nationalsecurity for India has never been so important, and in particular how it relates to international security issues.
If we move away from the only traditional focus on borders, military power, internal stability and protection from invasion, nationalsecurity now involves non-traditional principles such as trade, energy and environmental security. More importantly, they have become more comprehensive, focusing on vital infrastructure, access to food and water, international diplomacy, disasters and humanitarian relief, as well as recognition of the threat posed by non-State actors, in particular terrorism, piracy and even transnationals. Companies.
The adoption of such a multifaceted analysis of nationalsecurity serves not only to highlight the diverse challenges facing India, but also to highlight the impact it will have on its current global rise.
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