Hard Realities India, Pakistan, China In An Emerging New World by Dr. Amarjit Singh
Hard Realities presents ideology and strategies for Indian pre-eminence. Some of the interesting takeaways are:– Irrefutably, Pakistan’s existence is not in India’s interest. The time is ripe for dismantling Pakistan as India’s neighbor. Thus, Baluchistan, Sindh, West Punjab, and Kashmir must spin out of Pakistan in different ways, while the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) must be legitimately returned to Afghanistan. Consequently, India has no choice but to prepare its forces with a sense of urgency for the upcoming world economic disruption in the 2020s.
However, India has shortcomings, such as historical failures by the Indian leaders to strategize properly with respect to Pakistan and China; deficient investment in engineering disciplines, and failure to boost its economy timely through indigenous defense production. Mostly, India’s personality is inappreciable.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Leisure Read.
Table of Contents:
1. Section-I: India
2. Section II: Pakistan
3. Section III: China
4. Section IV: Middle East and Afghanistan
5. Section V: World
6. Section VI: Technology
7. Section VII: Vital Geopolitical Changes