India - Nigeria Experience in Combating Terrorism
Edited by Maj Gen BK Sharma, AVSM,SM(Retd) and Brig Narender Kumar, SM, VSM(Retd)
- ISBN 13 : 9788194283720
- year : 2020
- language : English
- binding : Hardbound
The United Service Institution of India (USI) and the Nigerian Army Resource Centre (NARC) have taken an initiative to collaborate to document experiences and methodology of dealing with the terrorism and insurgencies in their respective nations. India and Nigeria are dealing with the violent extremism, secessionist movements and insurgencies due to economic, political and social reasons. Both nations have suffered economically and the conflicts are affecting internal harmony and social fabric of the states. The challenge to the governments is to restore peace, harmony and economic development. The overall objective of the joint study is to learn the lessons from the Indian and Nigerian experiences of dealing with the violent extremism, insurgency and militancy. It is a benchmark study that gives a profound and ringside view to the academicians and practitioners across the globe to deal with emerging threats from terrorism and insurgencies.
Maj Gen BK Sharma, AVSM, SM** (Retd)
is the Deputy Director (Research) and Head Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation (CS3). His prestigious Command and Staff assignments include, Senior Faculty Member at NDC, New Delhi; Command of a Mountain Division, Defence Attaché in Central Asia and UN Military Observer in Central America. He specializes in Strategic Net Assessment, Scenario Building and Strategic Gaming. He writes for professional journals and participates in national and international events.
Brig Narender Kumar, SM, VSM (Retd)
is a Distinguished Fellow at the USI. He has authored two books Challenges in the Indian Ocean Regions and Response Options and Rise of China: A Military Challenge for India. He has also contributed more than 190 research papers/Chapter’s for books/articles for various journals and web portals.