India is facing a wide range of national security challenges today. Externally, they vary from geopolitical differences and territorial disputes with China and Pakistan, nuclear deterrence, and state-sponsored cross-border terrorism to the internal security issues associated with separatism, counter-insurgency, Naxalism, and ethnic conflict. With the emergence of new set of challenges, the national security agenda has been expanded to incorporate issues linked to economics, environment, development, and transnational criminal activities. India’s swift economic development has also added energy security to the national security matrix.
In this context, The Voice of Nation offers comprehensive analysis of our national security challenges, both traditional and non-traditional, facing India. With inputs from and involvement of leading experts in the field, the articles carry topics that include issues of military modernization and defence-industrial challenges, nuclear security, the role of space, cybersecurity, terrorism, insurgencies and the role of the intelligence agencies in tackling these critical concerns.
Dedicated TVON writers are experienced and erudite in the matters of homeland security in India and bring out well-researched pieces on the Indian internal security state of affairs.