National Security Strategy: News & Discussion

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National Security Strategy: News & Discussion

Postby dinesha » 20 Sep 2019 20:11

National Security Strategy: India’s One-in-all Military & Strategic Doctrine – News, Views & Discussion

Defence Planning Committee, which was constituted in April 2018 by the Modi Government is likely to submit the National Security Strategy (NSS) to the government in October as being widely reported in media. The NSS would effectively be India’s military doctrine, will be focusing on future war fronts, requirement of naval expeditionary and the projection of comprehensive national power. The NSS is expected to defined India’s position on no first use of nuclear weapons in the current context as well as other red lines which could lead to strategic escalation. Furthermore, the report will also define military threats to India in terms of the possible number of fronts.

After the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) accepts the NSS, a unclassified version of the same is most Likely to be made public. It is a major event in India’s military, nuclear and strategic environment and thus IMHO it should have a space for a separate and specific thread here.

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Re: National Security Strategy: News & Discussion

Postby dinesha » 20 Sep 2019 20:13

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval ready with India’s new military doctrine
https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-ne ... qAMyI.html

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Postby dinesha » 20 Sep 2019 20:18

National security strategy to be part of 2030 goals
https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/natio ... 35118.html
The national security strategy, which will lay down the country’s future military policy, is to be part of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2030 laid down by the government. There are 17 declared goals in all. The security expenses are expected to be added as overarching parameters for meeting these goals.

This means a fund will be created or mandated by the 15th Finance Commission. The scope and ambit of the fund will depend upon what the framework of security strategy is suggested by the Defence Planning Committee (DPC), headed by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval.

The NSS will also be the foundation stone for the military doctrine and declare a foundational military and strategic posture of the country. It will be in two parts. The unclassified part is expected to be made public.

The Ministry of Defence has argued before the 15th Finance Commission chaired by former Revenue Secretary NK Singh to include defence as part of the SDGs for the fund creation. The NSS report could be out as early as next month. It will need to be ratified by the Cabinet Committee on Security. The NSS will also lay down the framework of the kind of threats that could emerge beyond the two-front simultaneous war scenario with Pakistan and China.

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Re: National Security Strategy: News & Discussion

Postby dinesha » 20 Sep 2019 20:58

India’s military doctrine set to be submitted, likely to define no first use policy
https://www.oneindia.com/india/indias-m ... 50507.html


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