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India’s Grand Strategy: History, Theory, Cases (War and International Politics in South Asia) Hardcover – 14 Mar 2014

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‘A must-read for those interested in new thinking in the world's most complex and challenged great power.’ ― Stephen Philip Cohen

‘An up-to-date, serious and thoughtful treatment of a very vital subject for all who care about India.’ ― Meghnad Desai

‘Bajpai, Basit and Krishnappa map a terrain that has been barely explored. There is no better introduction to understanding India's grand strategy.’ ― C. Raja Mohan

‘A decisive refutation of the thesis that India lacks ― or has not reflected on ― grand strategy. No scholar of Indian national security can afford not to engage [with] it.’ ― Ashley J. Tellis

‘A valuable introduction to an emerging literature on how India views its [economic] rise and what it means for the world. ― Sanjaya Baru

About the Author

Kanti Bajpai is Professor and Vice Dean (Research), Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.

Saira Basit is Research Fellow, Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS), Oslo.

V. Krishnappa is Director, Futurestrat Learning Systems Private Limited, New Delhi.

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