JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES

India’s National Security: Annual Review 2018

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  • January-March 2019
    Volume: 
    13
    Issue: 
    1
    Book Review

    National security refers to securing a nation’s citizens, territory, resources, assets, ideologies, institutions, and interests against threats which may emanate from changing geopolitical state of affairs, changing relations between nations, groups, races, sects, advancing technology and changing ideology. In the prevailing complex geopolitical scenario, India’s national security is facing new challenges and acquiring new dimensions with every passing year. India’s security canvas needs to take into account the geopolitical and geo-economic manoeuvring, changing global equations, India’s crucial centralised location in the Indian Ocean region, increasing capabilities of hostile neighbours, religious radicalisation, both internally and globally, and rapidly increasing role of high-end technology, among many others. India’s National Security: Annual Review 2018 is the seventeenth edition in the series of annual security reviews edited by Professor Satish Kumar, published under the aegis of Foundation for National Security Research, New Delhi.

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