The 'India's Grand Strategy: History, Theory, Cases (War and International Politics in South Asia)' is a book on various interpretations of India's 'grand strategy' to take place in the preparation of shaping an 'Asian century'. The book has discussions on the theme with historical and contemporary interpretations. There are also case studies to elaborately define the issue on a wider scale. It is a must-read for those who are interested in the new complex and challenged great power of the world.
Summary Of The Book
The authors have drawn a rich and diverse narrative on India's security and foreign policy. There is also a strategic thinking about the post-colonial India, but from the perspective of a non-Westerner. The book has been written after a thorough and research on all the fields. It is written in a simple manner so that any reader can understand the important information mentioned in the book. This is a comprehensive and insightful work that will be indispensable for people who are into defence and strategic studies, political science, foreign policy, and modern Indian history. Policy makers and diplomats will also find this book a great deal of importance.
About The Authors
The book is written by a group of highly skilled professionals, namely Kanti Bajpai, Saira Basit, and V. Krishnappa. Kanti Bajpai works as a Professor and Vice Dean at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. Saira Basit is a Research Fellow in Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IIFS), Oslo. V, Krishnappa is the Director of the Futurestrat Learning systems Private Limited, New Delhi. You can order online for the hardcover edition of the book published by Routledge India with the ISBN-10 number of 0415739659 and the ISBN-13 number of 9780415739658.
A book on various interpretations of India's 'grand strategy'
Discussions on the theme of an Asian century with historical and contemporary interpretations
A must-read for those who are interested in the new complex and challenged great power of the world
Indispensable work for people who are into defence and strategic studies, political science, foreign policy, and modern Indian history
Written by Kanti Bajpai, Saira Basit, and V. Krishnappa