Understanding India's national security objectives through Indian sources
Bagia, Amrit Ben Grant.
Thesis (M.A.)--Georgetown University, 2011.; Includes bibliographical references.; Text (Electronic thesis) in PDF format. How does India conceptualize its national security objectives and how have these objectives changed over time in light of events over the last twelve years? Raja C. Mohan argues that Indian national security objectives, and foreign policy more broadly, is best conceptualized as three concentric circles consisting of the immediate South Asian "neighborhood," the "extended neighborhood" and finally, the global stage. My thesis tests the validity of Mohan's theory using Indian strategic planning documents from the Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Defense annual reports from 1999 to today.
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