タイトルIndia’s National Security: Annual Review 2014
著者・編者;Satish Kumar 編集
出版社;Routledge India
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781138927438
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

This fourteenth volume of India’s National Security Annual Review intensively analyses India’s 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 India’s 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 India’s 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.

著者について

Satish Kumar is former Professor of Diplomacy at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and currently Director at the Foundation for National Security Research, New Delhi.

目次
  • 1. An Overview 
Part I. National Security Review 
2. National Security Environment
  •  (i) Global Security Trends 
  •  (ii) External Security Situation 
  •  (iii) Developments pertaining to Asia, Africa and Latin America 
  • (iv) Internal Security Developments (v) India’s Defence Initiatives. 
Part II India’s Neighbours 
3. India’s Neighbours  
  • (i) Challenges to Democracy in Nepal 
  • (ii) Islamic Radicalism and Politics in Bangladesh 
  • (iii) Afghanistan in Transition 
  • (iv) Militancy and Politics in Pakistan 
Part III. Challenges for India 
  • 4. India’s Approach to Multilateral Trade Negotiations 
  • 5. Security Implications of India’s Economic Slowdown 
  • 6. Cyber Security: Challenges for India and Suggestions for Coordination 
  • 7. Energy Security: Trends, Dilemmas and Solutions 
  • 8. Delimitation of India-Bangladesh Maritime Boundary: From Dispute to Award 
Part IV. Assessing Internal Security Situation 
  • 9. Tribals and the Left Extremist Movement 
  • 10. Insurgency and Conflict Resolution in the North-East  
  • 11. Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Taiba and Indian Terrorism 
Part V. Changing Global Imperatives  
  • 12.Changing Narrative from West Asia: Arab Uprising to the Islamic State 
  • 13.China's Maritime Silk Road Proposal: Strategic Implications  
  • 14. Infrastructural Development by China in Tibet and PoK 
  • 15. Russia and the West: Rising Tensions 
Part VI. Major Powers: Strategic Profile 
Part VII. Chronology of Major Events 2013 

  •  FNSR Research Staff