Manish Tewari

10 FLASH POINTS 20 YEARS

Manish Tewari

10 FLASH POINTS 20 YEARS

L to R: C P Gurnani, Managing Director & CEO, Tech Mahindra; Sameer Kochhar, Chairman, SKOCH Group & Manish Tewari, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha
L to R: C P Gurnani, Managing Director & CEO, Tech Mahindra; Sameer Kochhar, Chairman, SKOCH Group & Manish Tewari, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha

This is an invaluable addition to the literature on national security that looks back at the security situations that impacted India in the past two decades and evaluates India’s responses – both successes and failures. The author examines the tools and processes of Indian statecraft, defence, diplomacy and intelligence and weaves a veritable tapestry around the institutions and individuals that form part of the country’s national security establishments. Manish Tewari offers suggestions on ways in which the national security doctrine can eb reformed to meet the demands of the twenty-first century’s regional and global security environment.


10 Flash Points 20 Years
Manish Tewari

An insightful examination of the challenges that have characterized Indian foreign policy in recent years by one of our more thoughtful political figures For India to grow, prosper and achieve its true potential, it requires peace on its periphery. But this amity has eluded it since 1947. The challenge from Pakistan and China, and now from the China– Pakistan nexus, has not allowed India to break out of its neighbourhood’s quagmire.

In the past two decades, the challenges to India’s national security have only exacerbated both in complexity and intensity. The seizure of Afghanistan by the Taliban and the complete withdrawal of all the military forces of the United States and its allies have opened up a security void creating a strategic vacuum in the region. It would have profound implications not only for Pax Americana, but for nations in the arc of turbulence.

10 Flashpoints; 20 Years looks back at the security situations that have impacted India in the past two decades and dissects our responses—both successes and failures—to them. Manish Tewari examines the tools and processes of Indian statecraft defence, diplomacy and intelligence, and weaves a veritable tapestry around the institutions and individuals that form part of the country’s national security establishment. He also offers suggestions on ways in which the national security doctrine can be reformed to meet the demands of the twenty-first century’s regional and global security environment.


Manish Tewari
Member of Parliament
Lok Sabha

Mr Manish Tewari is a practicing Lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. He is a Member of the Indian Parliament (Lok Sabha).

He is the National Spokesperson of the Indian National Congress.  He was a Member of the Parliamentary Standing Committees of External Affairs, Law & Justice and Defence. He also served on the Parliamentary Consultative Committees of the Ministries of Defence and Law & Justice.


10 Flash Points 20 Years

Manish Tewari

An insightful examination of the challenges that have characterized Indian foreign policy in recent years by one of our more thoughtful political figures For India to grow, prosper and achieve its true potential, it requires peace on its periphery. But this amity has eluded it since 1947. The challenge from Pakistan and China, and now from the China– Pakistan nexus, has not allowed India to break out of its neighbourhood’s quagmire.

In the past two decades, the challenges to India’s national security have only exacerbated both in complexity and intensity. The seizure of Afghanistan by the Taliban and the complete withdrawal of all the military forces of the United States and its allies have opened up a security void creating a strategic vacuum in the region. It would have profound implications not only for Pax Americana, but for nations in the arc of turbulence.

10 Flashpoints; 20 Years looks back at the security situations that have impacted India in the past two decades and dissects our responses—both successes and failures—to them. Manish Tewari examines the tools and processes of Indian statecraft defence, diplomacy and intelligence, and weaves a veritable tapestry around the institutions and individuals that form part of the country’s national security establishment. He also offers suggestions on ways in which the national security doctrine can be reformed to meet the demands of the twenty-first century’s regional and global security environment.


Mr Manish Tewari is a practicing Lawyer in the Supreme Court of India. He is a Member of the Indian Parliament (Lok Sabha).

He is the National Spokesperson of the Indian National Congress.  He was a Member of the Parliamentary Standing Committees of External Affairs, Law & Justice and Defence. He also served on the Parliamentary Consultative Committees of the Ministries of Defence and Law & Justice.

Manish Tewari
Member of Parliament
Lok Sabha

Manish Tewari at SKOCH Literature Award 2021

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