Uday Pratap Singh
Deptt. of Defence & Strategic studies
University of Allahabad
Allahabad (U.P.), India
India and European Union for the first time showed their willingness to work for comprehensive security and peace in 2008. This was known as Joint Action Plan which is conceptualize as ‘Non-Traditional Security’ though it was regarded as part of comprehensive security. Elements of Non-Traditional Security have been part of the bilateral relationship for many years. This article will analyse how the concept of Non-Traditional Security should be understood; what is the limitation and what is impact such limits may have on bilateral relations. This article also to evaluate what has done in this multifaceted field and identifies such issues which raises specific challenges. In this perspective it is necessary to examine the broader Asian and Global context before defining the scope for enhancing the Indo-European Union cooperation.