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FAULTY STRATEGY OF CONGRESS: The need to adjust with times

Paper No.207                        06.03.2001

by R.Upadhyay

It is sad to see the once mighty Congress getting marginalised.  In the past the party was led by giants whose integrity and sincerity were unquestionable.  Today it is led by pygmies and worse still, the party has not moved with times but is living on its past glory. Will the congress switch over from its "self destructive mode?" Director

NSC: TAKE-OFF IN WRONG DIRECTION

Note No. 49

The National Security Council (NSC) completed one year last month. December is expected to see the submission of the report by the Kargil Review Committee (KRC) and the finalisation of the draft of the strategic defence review (SDR) by the National Security Advisory Board.

INTEGRATED APPROACH TO NATIONAL SECURITY

Note No. 65      

The National Security Advisory Board (NSAB), which completed its one-year term after submitting the draft Strategic Defence Review (SDR) to the Government on December 18, has not yet been re-constituted and the SDR has not been released to the public so far.

NATIONAL SECURITY--POINTS TO PONDER

Note no. 70

 MILITARY THREATS TO NATIONAL SECURITY

*  Mainly from Pakistan and China.

THE NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL

Paper No. 15

National Security - a holistic perspective

Paper No. 16

As India approaches the new century the components of National security itself needs to be redefined. The traditional view that National Security is related only to security of territory from external aggression needs to be changed. Internal stability and order and comprehensive national strength of the country are equally important factors in protecting and maintaining the security of the nation state.

National Security Council- An Eyewash?

Paper  No. 18

A National Security Council has finally been born in India. It was a Caesarian operation. There were indications that the embryo was to be aborted but the momentum of the Jaswant Singh-Talbott talks projected it to life. The baby born is therefore, quite flawed.

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