The book interrogates India’s strategic trajectory, decisions and events from the liberal perspective in security and peace studies. The aim is to inform the public debate on security issues. It is a record of the ‘interesting times’ in the security field since nuclear weaponisation in the subcontinent. The articles in the book dwell on national strategy, military issues, internal and human security,nuclear matters and minority affairs. The book will be of interest to the attentive public, strategic enthusiasts, peace activists, policy makers, practitioners and students. It is hoped that the book will serve the cause of peace as India Together
with the rest of South Asia strides towards a prosperous future.
About the Author
Firdaus Ahmed is a freelance writer on security affairs, and writes a monthly column on peace, and related issues for India Together (http://indiatogether.org/). Author of Think South Asia: A Stand for Peace
(Cinnamonteal Publishing, 2014), he blogs at www.subcontinentalmusings.blogspot.in.
This book carries his commentaries in his monthly column Subcontinental Musings
(http://indiatogether.org/columns/subcontinental-musings) between 2003 and 2014.