3 edition of India"s maritime security found in the catalog.
India"s maritime security
by Knowledge World in association with Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses in New Delhi
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Contributions||Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses.|
|LC Classifications||VA643 .R686 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||00289488|
This book provides a comprehensive view of the maritime safety and security challenges in countries of the Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA). Various issues such as trans-national crime including piracy, terrorism, drug and arms smuggling; Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HA/DR) and maritime and aeronautical Search and Rescue (SAR); Illegal, . A Seaman Book is a continuous record of a seaman’s document certifies that the person holding is a seaman as per The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watch keeping for Seafarers (STCW), , as amended and Every seafarer must carry this document while on board, which is also an official and legal record of his sea experience.
India revamped its maritime doctrine in , with the “Ensuring Securing Seas: Indian Maritime Security Strategy” wherein it took stock of its commitment to an actionable policy. International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code. The IMO's International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) , as amended, includes provisions adopted to address maritime security SOLAS's chapter XI-2 on Special Measures to enhance maritime security is the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, which is a mandatory instrument for.
The Indian Navy’s Maritime Security Strategy document (titled ‘Ensuring Secure Seas: Indian Maritime Security Strategy’) is a precursor of India’s evolving maritime strategic thought and its proposed force posture. Read "Indian Ocean and Maritime Security Competition, Cooperation and Threat" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book provides a synoptic view of the Indian Ocean and maritime security in its contested waters. Using a historical Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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The post-Cold War environment has offered India multiple options to strengthen its maritime security through regional and international cooperation.
This has assumed strategic significance in view of the new threat posed by maritime terrorism. This book evaluates India's maritime defense capability in the years to come.3/5(1).
"The maritime lines of communication in the Indian Ocean and the Western Pacific have now assumed particular importance due to globalization, accompanied by the instability of the international political order.5/5(1).
India's maritime security. New Delhi: Knowledge World in association with Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, (OCoLC) Online version: Roy-Chaudhury, Rahul. India's maritime security. Indias maritime security book Delhi: Knowledge World in association with Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
Book Chapter: Sailing deeper into an era of Indias maritime security book peace: Non-state threats to India’s maritime security Nitin Pai, Co-Founder and Director of the Takshashila Institution in The Rise of the Indian Navy: Internal Vulnerabilities, External Challenges Harsh V.
Pant, Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies Series Ashgate, New Delhi. Pages. () Buy the book on Amazon. This book focuses on various aspects of maritime security of India. Starting with the changing dimensions of national security, it addresses the issues such as non-traditional threats to security, the threat posed by non state actors, the causes of insecurity and also the imperatives of tackling the human security challenges.4/5(1).
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Adopting an inclusive approach, we in India define maritime security as; comprising a collection of all the issues that pertain to the seas, and have a bearing on national security. These include, inter-alia, seaborne trade and infrastructure for its pursuit, management of sea resources, environmental issues and employment of naval forces.
MARITIME SECURITY OF INDIA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES. Omprakash Dahiya. Maritime security is a comprehensive concept that derives from the sys- temic nature of the maritime domain pre- senting multiple and interrelated require- ments for cooperative security by File Size: 1MB.
Book Description. This edited volume critically examines the concept of the “security dilemma” and applies it to India–China maritime competition. Though frequently employed in academic discussion and popular commentary on the Sino-Indian relationship, the term has rarely been critically analysed.
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Singh. Titled, “Ensuring Secure Seas”, the Indian Maritime Security Strategy (IMSS) is an updated version of a previous publication, “Freedom to Use the Seas” - the Navy’s official playbook for security operations during the past decade. Maritime security is a broad and vague area, though it could be defined as the security dealing with the prevention of illicit activities in the maritime domain.
Indian Ocean has become multifaceted and dynamic. Indian Ocean regional maritime security has become a key factor as the Indian Ocean Region transitions from an international backwater Author: Nitika Srivastava. This book is a departure from a number of technical works available on the subject of safety and security of ships at sea and coastal area: it discusses matters from the point of view of an.
Topics covered in the book include themes like multiple maritime zones as defined under UNCLOS-III and India's MZI Act of as also state's criminal jurisdiction in these zones under prevailing While there is enough literature dealing with different facets of the topic related to maritime security, this book is an effort to deal with multiple facets of the : K.R.
Singh. While there is enough literature dealing with different facets of the topic related to maritime security, this book is an effort to deal with multiple facets of the subject. Topics covered in the book include themes like multiple maritime zones as defined under UNCLOS-III and India's MZI Act of as also state's criminal jurisdiction in Pages: This book provides a synoptic view of the Indian Ocean and maritime security in its contested waters.
Using a historical approach, it reveals vital links to events in the present Edition: 1st Edition. This is the 56th volume of the series and is a comprehensive collection of essays by well-known security analysts and academics with an abiding interest in India and the Indian Ocean region.
The chapter volume is a judicious mix of Indian and foreign authors that seeks to contextualise India’s naval strategy against the backdrop of Asia’s regional security environment. India’s Naval Diplomacy: the Unfinished Transitions, C.
Raja Mohan Part II: The External Dimensions of India’s Naval Strategy 7. India in the US Naval Strategy, Timothy D. Hoyt 8. “New Normal” in the Indo-Pacific: Sino-Indian Maritime Security Dilemma, Koh Swee Lean Collin 9. India's Maritime Security is actually Roy-Chaudhury's second book.
Sea Power and Indian Security (Brassey's), which arrived five years ago, "examined the evolution and the role of the Indian Navy from Independence to the s".India and China have become major powers, and new national alliances are changing the scene.
But current global realities have introduced maritime security problems as non-state actors are influencing security in the area directly and fundamentally.
This is a serious development since the rich Indian Ocean maritime trade, which includes.The broad contours of India’s maritime security strategy, on the other hand, may be readily discerned from the October edition of the Indian Naval Strategic Publication (NSP)titled, “Ensuring Secure Seas: Indian Maritime Security Strategy”.