S. D. Muni

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  • S. D. Muni is Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

    No zero sums in this great game

    March 28, 2016

    Distinguished Fellow, IDSA, Prof. S. D. Muni's article on Nepal-China Relations, titled "No zero sums in this great game" was published in 'The Hindu' on March 28, 2016.

    Asian Strategic Review 2016 -Terrorism: Emerging Trends

    Asian Strategic Review 2016 -Terrorism: Emerging Trends
    • Publisher: Pentagon Press, Published on:
      2016

    Under the US leadership, the international community has been fighting the war on global terrorism for the past decade and a half. Strategies and targets have undergone several changes in this war, but terrorism continues to show no signs of decline. It continues to pose a major security challenge to world order and stability. Concrete and chilling evidence for this was provided by the recent attacks in Paris, Egypt, Indonesia, Nigeria, Kunduz, Kabul, Peshawar and Pathankot. The list is indeed long and extensive to be fully recorded here. During the first 15 days of 2016, one website records 17 terrorist attacks in different parts of the world.
    E-Copy available

    2016

    Asian Strategic Review 2015: India as a Security Provider

    Asian Strategic Review 2015: India as a Security Provider

    Publisher: Pentagon Press
    ISBN: 978-81-8274-825-5
    Price: Rs. 995
    India’s role as a security provider has increasingly been discussed and debated over a period of time. This has received a fillip as a result of India's growing capabilities, both economic and military. The 2015 edition of the Asian Strategic Review, is possibly the first book which analyses this facet in the Asian context. The book assesses India's capabilities as well as existing limitations. It contextualizes India's role in relation to important regions. Multinational fora and specific countries in Asia. The publication aims to provide greater clarity on the past, present and future contours of India's role as a security provider, in light of evolving strategic contours and its security implications.
    E-Copy available

    2014

    Asian Strategic Review 2014: US Pivot and Asian Security

    Asian Strategic Review 2014: US Pivot and Asian Security

    Publisher: Pentagon Press
    ISBN 978-81-8274-769-2
    Price: Rs. 995
    The “Pivot to Asia” strategy qualifies to be called Obama Doctrine: a part of Obama’s “grand strategy”. This policy may radically redefine not only the US engagement with Asia but also the Asian strategic dynamics. This book looks at various facets of the pivot strategy, to include US, Chinese, regional and country specific perspectives with an aim of providing greater clarity and understanding.
    E-Copy available

    2014

    Asian Strategic Review

    Asian Strategic Review

    Publisher: Pentagon Press
    ISBN 978-81-8274-719-7
    Price: Rs. 1295
    It would not be a cliche to describe the strategic contours of Asia as being at the crossroads of history. A number of significant events are influencing the likely course that the collective destiny of the region could possibly take in the future. Some of the key issues and trends have been analysed in this year’s Asian Strategic Review
    E-Copy available

    2013

    India and the Maldivian Malady

    The challenge before India is to make sure that it stands on the side of popular aspirations, democratic and secular values and representative forces in its immediate periphery.

    February 15, 2012

    'China in SAARC? To What Effect?':A Comment

    There is a common tendency among analysts and policy makers to compare SAARC with the EU and the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN). This is not fair. There are significant differences among these three regional groupings. Geo-strategically India looms too large in SAARC in a manner incomparable with Indonesia in ASEAN or Germany and France in the EU. Economically, SAARC started with a poor economic base and there were no large investments from outsiders like in ASEAN and the EU to boost economic cooperation.

    May 2011

    IDSA Asian Strategic Review 2008

    IDSA Asian Strategic Review 2008

    Publisher: Academic Foundation
    ISBN 13: 978-81-7188-712-5
    Rs. 995

    2008

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