Indian Security Policy
Foreword by Joseph S. Nye
Raju G.C. Thomas


Professor Thomas relates security policy to the country's economy and technological capacity, discusses the capabilities of each of the armed services, and considers the issue of arms importation vs. indigenous production. He also explores the prospects for the future under Rajiv Gandhi.

First published in 1987.

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