The U.S., post-9/11, has made large strides with their homeland security. In contrast, what has India done to counter terrorism? How have Indo-Pakistan relations unfolded?
One of the most respected journalists of India, Inder Malhotra has been a Syndicated Columnist since taking premature retirement as Editor of The Times of India, New Delhi (1978-86). Before that he worked for The Statesman for 15 years, first as the Political Correspondent and Chief of the Bureau and then as Deputy Editor. He cut his journalistic teeth at the United Press of India which he joined immediately after graduating from the Punjab University. He also wrote for The Guardian (1965-95). He is both a Nehru Fellow (1986-87) and a Woodrow Wilson Fellow (1992-93). He has lectured widely, in India and abroad, including at all major universities in the United States and England and at the London- based IISS, the Institute of Oriental Studies in Moscow, and the Foreign Policy Association in Tokyo His publications include Indira Gandhi: A Personal & Political Biograpy (1989), Dynasties of India And Beyond (2003), and a fresh biography of Indira Gandhi (2006). He is now working on a book on Indian Security: Past, Present and Future. Disclaimer: External experts are not affiliated with Gateway House and have been presented here for reference only.
India, Indian Politics, Indian Security
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