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Securing India: Insurgency, Terrorism and Extremism
Mr Mohammed Sinan Siyech Senior Analyst
Mr Mohammed Sinan Siyech
Dr Jolene Jerard Adjunct Senior Fellow and Teaching Fellow (8 November 2021 – 18 February 2022)
Dr Jolene Jerard
This is an edited volume that explores the various dimensions of asymmetric warfare that India has been engaged in by looking at the Kashmiri, Naxal and (some of) the North East Insurgencies. Moreover, it also looks at Jihadist groups and Hindu right-wing extremism that have recently began pervading across India. It discusses a number of salient features of the current situation in India such as the fragmented and differing nature of various threats across the nation, the role of the government, the continuously evolving nature of threats and identity debates across different landscapes. Thus, this volume aims to present these findings as a guidepost for both academics and policy makers who study the security problems that India faces.
|Theme:||Conflict and Stability / Country and Region Studies / Terrorism Studies|