Army Chief releases book on National Security

Indian Army Chief, General Manoj Mukund Naravane has released a book titled “National Security Challenges: Young Scholars’ Perspective” penned by university students, ranging from the undergraduate level to doctoral candidates. The book published by the Army think-tank Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS).

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About the Book:

  • The book contains various themes pertaining to national security. It aims to develop strategic thinking among the youth of this country.
  • The book is a tribute to Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, the strategist of 1971 Indo-Pakistan War, that resulted in the liberation of Bangladesh.
  • The book is a collection of the 2018-2019 Field Marshal Manekshaw Essay Competition (FMMEC) award-winning and few select essays, which are divided into three themes, namely: Conceptual understanding and facets of India’s national security; Technological evolution, cyber threats and security and national, regional and global experiences.
  • It contains the messages from Rajnath Singh, Union Defence Minister; Ajit Kumar Doval, KC and MM Naravane. This will improve the morale of the students and young authors.

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