Accession Number : ADA304937

Title :   Aid-to-Civil Indian Army and Paramilitary Involvement in Domestic Peacekeeping.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,

Corporate Author : LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON DC FEDERAL RESEARCH DIV

Personal Author(s) : Makeig, Douglas C.

PDF Url : ADA304937

Report Date : JUL 1984

Pagination or Media Count : 102

Abstract : This study analyzes the changing nature of civil-military relations in India particularly as they relate to the use of federal forces in domestic peacekeeping operations. After discussing the nature of violence in India and the legal norms that govern aid-to-civil deployments, the paper analyzes the foundations of India's peacekeeping establishment: the police, paramilitary forces, and the army. Last, the study focuses on three case studies of aid-to-civil deployments, which illustrate the assumptions laid down in the foregoing chapters.

Descriptors :   *INDIA, *CIVIL AFFAIRS, *PARAMILITARY FORCES, *PEACEKEEPING, LOGISTICS SUPPORT, POLICIES, NATIONAL SECURITY, CRISIS MANAGEMENT, MILITARY ASSISTANCE, GOVERNMENT(FOREIGN), POPULATION, CASE STUDIES, PUBLIC RELATIONS, ARMY OPERATIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT, POLICE, FEDERAL LAW, LOW INTENSITY CONFLICT, LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

Subject Categories : Government and Political Science
      Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE