The ‘Indian’ staff college: Politics and practices of military institution-building in Twentieth century India
This paper focuses on the twentieth century administrative and institutional history of the ‘Indian’ Staff College. This institutional focus on the Staff College helps reveal the political, military and intellectual fault lines that have intersected with the processes of military institution-building in India. By focussing on the administrative challenges of the Staff College, I am to chart the historical development of the practices which have undergirded the delivery of professional military education on the subcontinent.
|Journal||Journal of Strategic Studies|
|Publisher||Taylor & Francis|