India's Defence Policy -- Safeguarding National Security

Shourie, Shri Arun
April 2009
USI Journal;Apr-Jun2009, Vol. 139 Issue 576, p162
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the increasing need of a much better and informed discourse on issues related to national defence and security in India. It explores the important distinction between safeguarding borders and security. It cites the factors affecting national security. It also discusses the threat posed by the withdrawal of U.S. soldiers from Iraq and Pakistan.


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