FIFTY YEARS OF CONTINUITY IN NUCLEAR ISSUES
Aabha Dixit · 07 Aug, 1997 · #7 · Commentary
If there is an area where tradition, continuity and a sprit of freedom have managed to prosper in the Indian policy, it is in the arena of Indian foreign policy. Through the five decades of
, a consensual approach to foreign po...
Fifty years of Indian Indian Independence: A Strategic Review
Lt. Gen. Satish Nambiar · 05 Aug, 1997 · #5 · Commentary
One of the major factors that has influenced the Indian establishment’s approach to national security matters and strategic thought is the indifference and apathy induced by years of British rule, when these aspects were the domain of the co...
50 years of Independence : Strategic Review
· 04 Aug, 1997 · #4 · Commentary
The end of the Cold War has left
with a double strategic burden : the regional security matters have become more complex and international system is in a state of flux. There is a debate whether geo-economics rather than geo-politics...
50 Years of Independence - A Strategic Review
Lt. Gen. AM Vohra · 03 Aug, 2002 · #3 · Commentary
Strategically, in the political field,
visualised for itself a role of ensuring a freedom of action for developing nations by adopting a policy of non-alignment. It was determined not to get involved in power blocs and...
Gujral Doctrine Security Dimensions of the Gujral Doctrine
Bhabani Sen Gupta · 02 Aug, 1997 · #2 · Commentary
The Gujral Doctrine aims at building a conflict-free cooperative
and at the same time to build bridges of development cooperation with the neighbours of
. Since one of its principal aims is to resolve conflicts...
The Post-Cold War Era: An Indian Perspective
· 01 Aug, 1997 · #1 · Commentary
Nuclearisation and Globalisation
... the post-Cold War era has spawned a dichotomy within the international system. While today, the global system has to reckon with unimpeded power and authority centred around one superpower of whic...