National Security Vol. II Issue I | January - March 2019
About National Security:

National Security is a policy-oriented academic publication of the Vivekananda International Foundation. It focuses on understanding the principal issues and trends in India’s increasingly complex national security environment. National Security hopes to provide holistic analysis and informed debates keeping such a meaning in view. It would be forum for top thinkers, policy experts, and academics. It also hopes to meet the needs of an international readership that is increasingly interested in India’s security policies as its role in world affairs grows. Four issues would be published annually – one every three months and would be available on the net.

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Contents : Vol. II Issue I | January - March 2019


India in an Age of Uncertainty and Instability | Satish Chandra

Towards a Rule Based Order in the Indo-Pacific | Arvind Gupta

Assessing India’s Nuclear Doctrine | Amit Sharma

Supreme Court ruling on Gilgit Baltistan: A legacy of unfulfilled promises | Prateek Joshi


Tibet was Never Part of China Before 1950:Examples of Authoritative pre-1949 Chinese Documents that Prove It | Hon-Shiang LAU

China’s Policies of Exploitation in Mekong River Region | Vinod Anand

Anti-Terror Laws in India: An Appraisal | Ramanand Garge

Mitigating the threat in space: Chinese military space capability and India’s response | Rahul Krishna & Aradhya Shandilya

Book Reviews

Coping with the Nuclear Shadow | Arvind Gupta

The Sardar’s Legacy | Shantanu Chakrabarti

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