Internal Security in India

The problem of internal security in India is very complex. There is militancy, insurgency, terrorism, communalism and left wing extremism, each posing a threat to internal security.  Unfortunately there is no clarity on how to deal with the various issues of internal security. There is no policy and no strategy. In this book an attempt has been made to discuss and understand various aspects of internal security.

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Book Details

ISBN

978-81-88569-63-2

Pages

204

Size

6.0 in x 9.0 in

Format

Hardcover

About The Author

Shrikant Paranjpe

Shrikant Paranjpe

Dr. Shrikant Paranjpe is Professor in the Department of Defence and Strategic Studies, and Director, Yashwantrao Chavan National Centre of International Security and Defence Analysis (YC–NISDA), University of Pune. He was a Fulbright Fellow (Post-Doctoral, Research) at the George Washington University, Washington D.C. in 1984-85 and a Visiting Professor at Colorado College, Colorado Springs. He has published several books and papers in the area of national security, strategic studies, and South Asian security issues.

The problem of internal security in India is very complex. There is militancy, insurgency, terrorism, communalism and left wing extremism, each posing a threat to internal security.  Unfortunately there is no clarity on how to deal with the various issues of internal security. There is no policy and no strategy. In this book an attempt has been made to discuss and understand various aspects of internal security.

The subjects covered include the role of armed forces in internal security, governance and justice delivery, legislation, Centre-State issues and coastal security. It is hoped that the contents of this book will prove to be useful to students and researchers of political science, security and geopolitics.

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