Kanti P. Bajpai, Professor and Vice Dean Research, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore,Harsh V. Pant, Reader, International Relations, Department of Defence Studies, King's College, London
Kanti P. Bajpai, Professor and Vice Dean Research, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Singapore.
Harsh V. Pant, Reader, International Relations, Department of Defence Studies, King's College London.
List of Tables and Figures Publishers' Acknowledgements Introduction, Kanti P. Bajpai and Harsh V. Pant PART I: INSURGENCY, TERRORISM, AND STATE RESPONSES 1. Evolution of the Indian Army's Counterinsurgency Doctrine, Rajesh Rajagopalan 2. Endgame in Punjab: 1988-93, K.P.S. Gill 3. Terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir in Theory and Practice, Praveen Swami 4. Does Counterinsurgency Theory Apply in Northeast India?, Bethany Lacina 5. 'Naxalism': The Retreat of Civil Governance, Ajai Sahni PART II: NUCLEAR HISTORY 6. The Cultural Context of Moralpolitik: The Traditional Indian Statecraft, Mahatma Gandhi, and the Atom Bomb, Bharat Karnad 7. Indian Nuclear Policy: 1964-98-A Personal Recollection, K. Subrahmanyam 8. The Bombs That Roared: 1998, George Perkovich PART III: NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND STRATEGIC STABILITY 9. Nuclear Stability in South Asia, Sumit Ganguly 10. Ten Years of Instability in a Nuclear South Asia, S. Paul Kapur 11. A Cold Start for Hot Wars? The Indian Army's New Limited War Doctrine, Walter C. Ladwig III PART IV: DEFENCE REFORMS 12. Failing to Deliver: Post-crises Defence Reforms in India, 1998-2010, Anit Mukherjee About the Editors and Contributors Index