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India’s strategic and security 2004 imperatives

Paper no.884        06. 01. 2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

Introductory observations: India begins 2004 with a feel-good factor of a buoyant economy with appreciable rates of economic growth recognized by international monetary institutions. Politically, the South Asian Security environment may change less confrontationist if the current rhetoric on peace initiatives by Pakistan are equally matched by translating them into concrete actions in the ground. 

INDIA’S NEW "COLD START" WAR DOCTRINE STRATEGICALLY REVIEWED

 Paper no. 991         04. 05. 2004

 

by Dr Subhash Kapila

What are India’s national security interests?

Paper no. 1014              01. 06. 2004

Guest Column- by Moorthy Muthuswamy.  

ARREST OF ANOTHER AL QAEDA OPERATIVE IN PAKISTAN'S PUNJAB+

Paper no. 1073         30. 07. 2004

by B.Raman

INDIA’S NATIONAL SECURITY AND DEFENCE- Prescriptions.

Paper no. 1118         16. 09. 2004

by Dr. Subhash Kapila

In the context of contemporary political and regional developments affecting India’s national security it would be appropriate to reproduce in an abridged form the concluding chapter from the book of Dr. Kapila – “India’s Defence Policies and Strategic Thought:  A Comparative Analysis” published in 2003.  This chapter offers prescriptions on issues relating to national security- Director

SOUTH ASIA’S CONFLICT GENERATION AND ITS EXTERNAL INPUTS

Paper no. 1170    22. 11. 2004

By Dr Subhash Kapila 

Introductory Observations:

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