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Indian Strategic Thought

An Interpretive Essay

by G Tanham

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  • 9 Currently reading

Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Military Science,
  • Political Science / General,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics / Current Events

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8187897M
    ISBN 10083301269X
    ISBN 109780833012692

    The New Indian Communities in China, Pallavi Aiyar 6. The Alien Next Door: Media Images in China and India, Simon Shen and Debasish Roy Chowdhury 7. India in China’s Strategic Thought, Zhang Feng 8. China in India’s Strategic Thought, Ian Hall Core Bilateral Conflicts 9. Where does the fault lie? A dispassionate discussion on India’s strategic culture or lack of it is mandatory if we are to face up to the reality. In July Prof. George Tanham, Vice president of RAND Corp. shared with me his paper on India’s strategic culture. The sum total of Prof Tanham’s conclusion was that India lacked strategic.

      Turning to the influence of Indian cultural and social structures and belief systems on Indian strategic culture, George wrote: India’s unique culture reinforced this unity and imparted, first, a tendency toward diversity and accommodation to existing realities and, second, a highly developed capacity to absorb dissimilar concepts and theories.   This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue.

    So, I decided to mention the books that were written by the Indian authors and are a must read. I have cherished their writing and the content. And so, here are the books that deserve a mention:Author: Aparajita Mishra. 7. The Works of BH Liddell Hart. I recommend ALL of Hart’s books, from Strategy to Why Don’t We Learn From History to his excellent biographies of strategic geniuses like William T. Sherman.. Like Greene, Hart has the ability to communicate and explain timeless truths about strategy and power.


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Indian Strategic Thought by G Tanham Download PDF EPUB FB2

The essay is accurate and gives an in depth view of the Indian Strategic Thought or the lack of it,even in the limited pages as this.

Tanham picked up signs and statements that are too visible but are ignored by the Indian academia and the policymakers/5. Indian Strategic Thought: An Interpretive Essay 0th Edition. by G. Tanham (Author) ISBN ISBN X.

Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: G. Tanham.

Securing India: Strategic thought and practice Unknown Binding – January 1, by George K Tanham (Author)Author: George K Tanham. This timely and topical book presents a range of historical and contemporary interpretations and case studies on the theme.

Drawing upon rich and diverse narratives that have informed Indias strategic As India prepares to take its place in shaping the course of an Asian century, there are increasing debates about its grand strategy and its role in a future world order/5(6).

Get this from a library. Indian strategic thought: an interpretive essay. [George K Tanham; United States. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.; Rand Corporation.; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)]. Faculty publication: Co-edited book on India's international and strategic thought Prof.

Kanti Bajpai of the National University of Singapore and Prof. Siddharth Mallavarapu, Head of the Department of International Relations and Governance Studies at Shiv Nadar University, have just published their co-edited volume on India's international and.

Subrahmanyam and Indian Strategic Thought. It is especially interesting because while the influence of Geography and the British Raj do provide insight into the focus and content of Indian strategic thought, it is Tanham’s observations on the effect of the larger culture which appear to inform and constrain the outputs, methods, and vibrancy of Indian strategic thought.

In Tanham noted that Indians had no writings that offered a coherent set of. The blog about Indian Strategic Studies.

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Subrahmanyam and Indian Strategic Thought.”. Indian culture is assimilative, and during the rise of nationalism under British rule, India’s strategic culture assimilated much of what we think of as 20th Century “modernity”.

This composite culture informed India’s behavior after as an independent by: 6. Books Key. Subject Area - subject area of the book; Topic - topic (within the subject area); Collection - belongs to a collection listed in the table above; Date - date (year range) book was written/composed; Reign of - king/ruler in whose reign this book was written (occasionally a book could span reigns); Reign Age - extent of the reign; Geographic Region - as it was known at the time of writing.

If India is to deal with the new issues of the twenty-first century, it is essential that we further elaborate our own culture and tradition of strategic thought and build on it.

To the extent that India’s situation and needs are unique, we need our own ways of looking at developments, and our own strategic vocabulary and doctrines. Bji, Atri, Jambudvipa, I would like to start a new project on the "Evolution of Indian Strategic Thought".

I would like to start the collection of refs in vedas, Epics, Puranas, writings of Chanakaya, Thiruvalluvar, Panchatantra, Hitopodesa, Badde Neeti and so on to modern times. The nation as a geocultural space and a 70 years old independent state has a history of seeing many empires and wars that compelled it to remain in a perpetual strategic engagement (both thought and action).

Thus, it is worthwhile to investigate the nuances of the strategic culture acting as a context to its strategic behaviour.