Author:Maj Gen Ajay Kumar Chaturvedi

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Nuclear Energy in India's Energy Security Matrix: An Appraisal

By: Maj Gen Ajay Kumar Chaturvedi

Price: $27.00

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Vij Books India Pvt. Ltd.: 2014

Seller ID: 103232

ISBN: 9789382652359

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Energy is essential for the economic growth of a nation. Its absence or deficiency makes a nation highly vulnerable to international arms twisting as well as internal disturbances. As such, it is an important element in a nation's security matrix. India which is in the lower half of the countries as far as the energy consumption per capita is concerned. One of major reasons is the gap between the demand and the capacity of the country to supply the energy from indigenous sources. One of the important sources that hold promise in Indian context is the nuclear energy as it is clean and the reso... View more info

Water: A Source for Future Conflicts

By: Maj Gen Ajay Kumar Chaturvedi

Price: $19.92

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Vij Books India Pvt. Ltd.: 2013

Seller ID: 103245

ISBN: 9789382652069

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Water, air and sun light are the three most important resources for the sustenance of life on the planet earth. While human race has hardly any control on air and sun light, water from time immemorial has always been used by various kingdoms/ states/ groups of people as an important aspect of their respective security policy to exercise their influence over their adversaries through a control/ denial of common water resources. Such a conflict of interest has often led the concerned stake holders, to go for dispute resolution through an armed skirmish/ battle. It needs to be appreciated that th... View more info

Role of Pakistan in India's Energy Security

By: Maj Gen Ajay Kumar Chaturvedi

Price: $9.78

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Vij Books India Pvt. Ltd.: 2013

Seller ID: 103265

ISBN: 9789382652182

Condition: New


India's energy security concerns. It sheds light on India's energy insecurity and explores its various dimensions, its nature and extent. It examines the role that trade, foreign and security policy should play in enhancing India's energy security. It is argued that the key challenge for India is to increase economic growth while at the same time keeping energy demands low. This is especially challenging with the transition from biomass to fossil fuels, the growth of the motorized private transport and rising incomes, aspirations and changing lifestyles. The book suggests that at this time the... View more info