Handbook of Indian Defence Policy: Themes, Structures and Doctrines

  title={Handbook of Indian Defence Policy: Themes, Structures and Doctrines},
  author={Harsh V. Pant},
1. Introduction 2. The Indian Army: 1700s-1947 3. Indian Civil-Military Relations: An Overview 4. Indian Society and the Soldier: Will the Twain Ever Meet? 5. India and the Changing Nature of War: Gradual Incrementalism? 6. Military as an instrument of India's foreign policy: An Expanding Footprint 7. India's Erratic Defence Diplomacy: In Need of a Booster Dose 8. The Indian Army: Evolution in the Age of Nuclear Weapons and Terrorism 9. Evolution of the Indian Navy: Towards a 'Maritime… Expand
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