From battling internal security issues in Jammu & Kashmir to handling big powers: Analysis of India’s national security in 2018

After the fairly intense years of 2016 and 2017 when Kashmir’s internal security and the Doklam standoff, respectively, marked concerns of the Indian security establishment, 2018 by contrast was a year in which India treaded the path of geopolitics, external and internal security with reasonable flair.

To appreciate this a couple of areas need examination; among the more significant are the handling of the big powers (US, Russia and China), relations with Pakistan and the neighbours, the Act-East policy, internal security issues, including Jammu and Kashmir and the level of readiness to meet threats at the borders.

India-US relations have been on a high right since the Nuclear Deal and were taken to the level of a developing strategic partnership by the Modi-Obama combine.  Read More

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