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The emerging international security system: Threats, challenges and opportunities for India

The emerging international security system: Threats, challenges and opportunities for India Abstract This paper examines the nature of the emerging international security system and its positive and negative implications for India's security calculus. The key features of the international security system are confrontation,’ and cooperation and accommodation, and these open up several possibilities of threats, challenges and opportunities for India. To India's credit, despite the worsening of its geo‐strategic environment, the country's policy‐making structures have displayed the capacity to remain flexible and responsive to changes for furthering its security and national interests. The paper calls for having well‐articulated policies and strategies that can meet not only the present‐day concerns and uncertainties, but also have the capacity to meet India's future needs. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Strategic Analysis Taylor & Francis

The emerging international security system: Threats, challenges and opportunities for India

Strategic Analysis , Volume 27 (1): 15 – Jan 1, 2003
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Taylor & Francis
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ISSN
1754-0054
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0970-0161
DOI
10.1080/09700160308450075
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Abstract

Abstract This paper examines the nature of the emerging international security system and its positive and negative implications for India's security calculus. The key features of the international security system are confrontation,’ and cooperation and accommodation, and these open up several possibilities of threats, challenges and opportunities for India. To India's credit, despite the worsening of its geo‐strategic environment, the country's policy‐making structures have displayed the capacity to remain flexible and responsive to changes for furthering its security and national interests. The paper calls for having well‐articulated policies and strategies that can meet not only the present‐day concerns and uncertainties, but also have the capacity to meet India's future needs.

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Strategic AnalysisTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 2003

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