Book Details

Book title: CHINA PAKISTAN MILITARY NEXUS: Implications for India
Author(s): Lt Gen PC Katoch, PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SC (Retd), Gp Capt Sharad Tewari, VM (Retd)
ISBN: 9789386618931
Publication Year: 2019
Binding: HB
Pages: 340
Price: Rs. 1295 Rs. 971
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ABOUT THE BOOK

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Pakistan and China enjoy exemplary friendly ties, which have been expanding and becoming even deeper with time. China’s main geopolitical focus in South Asia is to restrain India as a competitor by using Pakistan as a proxy. China’s growing economic and security relation with Pakistan, and the unholy nexus between the two, remains a major worry for India as the growing Chinese involvement is bound to erode India’s influence in the region. Another area of concern has been the lack of credible Indian deterrence to the hybrid threats that it faces as a result of such collusivity between Pakistan and China.


This book is the culmination of a series of discussions held under the aegis of the United Service Institution of India on the subject of Sino-Pak Collusivity and Hybrid Warfare. The book contains details on Concepts and Determinants of Hybrid Warfare, an objective assessment of the China–Pakistan Collusive Threats and  their Implication for India, and makes Policy recommendations for India in the Time-Frame up to 2030.



ABOUT Author

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Lieutenant General PC Katoch, PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SC (Retd), is veteran Special Forces officer. He is a prolific writer on international affairs, geopolitics, military, security, and technical and topical issues, having over 1,400 articles published, and has authored India’s Special Forces and Indian Military and Network Centric Warfare. He holds the Flying Officer Amandeep Singh Gill Chair of Excellence at the USI for the current year. He has been an active participant in national and international seminars and has presented papers in USA (Hawaii and Washington, DC), China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Afghanistan and Maldives.

Group Captain Sharad Tewari, VM (Retd), is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation (CS3) at the USI. He is an alumnus of Flying Instructors’ School, Defence Services Staff College and College of Defence Management. He attended UN Peacekeeping Course at Narobi, Kenya. He specialises in Net Assessment and Scenario Building and has been a former Director (Net Assessment) at HQ Integrated Defence Staff. He has conducted a number of seminars and workshops related to Net Assessment and scenario building. He has been part of the research team for two National Security Studies and has undertaken a number of Net Assessment projects. He has been a guest speaker at a number of universities