On Peace in South Asia

by Ali Ahmed
Overview: After doffing his military uniform, Ali Ahmed joined New Delhi's vibrant strategic community as a researcher in a leading think tank, a doctoral scholar and later on the faculty of a central university. Just as elsewhere in the world, the security debates in India are dominated by the realist perspe.....more

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After doffing his military uniform, Ali Ahmed joined New Delhi's vibrant strategic community as a researcher in a leading think tank, a doctoral scholar and later on the faculty of a central university. Just as elsewhere in the world, the security debates in India are dominated by the realist perspective. Finding the perspective inadequate for India's circumstance, the commentaries in the book rely on the liberal perspective for insights and prescriptions. In doing so the book fleshes out the liberal perspective and helps fill a gap in strategic literature in India. On this count, the book is a refreshing relook at security issues that will interest students, researchers, practitioners and policy makers. The attentive public will find it interesting for the alternatives it offers.

about the author:

Ali Ahmed is author of India's Doctrine Puzzle: Limiting War in South Asia (Routledge 2014) and On War in South Asia (CinnamonTeal 2015). He blogs at www.ali-writings.blogspot.in.

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ISBN 9789384129910
Category Politics and Current Affairs
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2015
Publisher CinnamonTeal Publishing
Condition Brand New
Pages 436
Width 5.83 inches
Height 8.27 inches
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