Given growing internal security challenges, the Indian government needs to formulate a comprehensive national security strategy, and improve co-ordination among various law enforcement agencies as well as among Central and State agencies.
In recent months the international media has focused on the issue of Pakistan becoming a failed state soon.
Rise of the Taliban in the frontier provinces of Pakistan portends several challenges to the Pakistan establishment, a fact that has lately raised much alarm and concern amongst the international comm
Chair: Vinod Patney
Discussants: R. K. Pruthi and Rahul K Bhonsle
Pakistan’s counter-terrorism performance has received much attention.
Counter-terrorism and elimination of religious extremism were important parts of Sheikh Hasina’s election manifesto.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s recent four-stop swing through Asia – Japan, Indonesia, South Korea and China – in her first tour as Secretary of State represented a strong new beginning for A
Since 2001, Islamic terrorists have struck India with frightening frequency and ferocity. The most disturbing aspect of these attacks is that they have spread into the hinterland from Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) which was the main focus of the terrorists in the late 80s and the following decade.
It has been widely noted that the US has not suffered a terrorist attack since 9/11. This is because it undertook major reform of its homeland security structures following the 9/11 attacks.
On January 1, 2009 the National Investigative Agency Bill became a law.