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War and International Politics in South Asia


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India's Nuclear Debate: Exceptionalism and the Bomb

India's Nuclear Debate: Exceptionalism and the Bomb

1st Edition

Priyanjali Malik
January 21, 2016

Making the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party’s nuclear tests in 1998 its starting point, this book examines how opinion amongst India’s ‘attentive’ public shifted from supporting nuclear abstinence to accepting — and even feeling a need for — a more assertive policy, by examining the complexities...

India’s Grand Strategy: History, Theory, Cases

India’s Grand Strategy: History, Theory, Cases

1st Edition

Kanti Bajpai, Saira Basit, V. Krishnappa
January 21, 2016

As India prepares to take its place in shaping the course of an ‘Asian century’, there are increasing debates about its ‘grand strategy’ and its role in a future world order. This timely and topical book presents a range of historical and contemporary interpretations and case studies on the theme....

Interrogating International Relations: India's Strategic Practice and the Return of History

Interrogating International Relations: India's Strategic Practice and the Return of History

1st Edition

Jayashree Vivekanandan
January 21, 2016

The book interrogates the disciplinary biases and firewalls that inform mainstream international relations today, and problematises the several tropes that have come to typify the strategic histories of post-colonial societies such as India. Questioning a range of long-held cultural representations...

Indian Foreign Policy in a Unipolar World

Indian Foreign Policy in a Unipolar World

1st Edition

Harsh V. Pant
April 18, 2013

India's foreign policy, out of the structural confines of the Cold War strategic framework, has become more expansive in defining its priorities over the last few years. With the rise of its economic and military capabilities and strategic interests, India has shaped a diplomacy that is much more...

Fighting Like a Guerrilla: The Indian Army and Counterinsurgency

Fighting Like a Guerrilla: The Indian Army and Counterinsurgency

1st Edition

Rajesh Rajagopalan
October 01, 2007

This book deals with two significant issues: the peculiar and paradoxical question of why regular armies, better suited to fighting conventional high-intensity wars, adopt inappropriate measures when fighting guerilla wars; and the evolution of the Indian army’s counterinsurgency doctrine over the...

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