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Engaging the world : Indian foreign policy since 1947

Author: Sumit Ganguly
Publisher: New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2016. ©2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This text provides a survey of India's foreign policy towards, and external relations with, different countries - China, US, UK, Germany, France, Afghanistan, Israel, Russia Japan, South Korea, Africa, Latin America, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka - since Independence.
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Engaging the world.
New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2016
(DLC) 2015515449
(OCoLC)933572470
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sumit Ganguly
ISBN: 9780199086498 0199086494
OCLC Number: 948338896
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Part 1. India and South Asia --
1. India-Pakistan Relations: Between War and Peace / Rajesh Basrur --
2. Indo-Sri Lanka Relations: Geopolitics, Domestic Politics, or Something More Complex? / Eswaran Sridharan --
3. India --
Bangladesh Relations: An Overview / Shibashis Chatterjee --
4. India-Afghanistan Relations / Rant D. Mullen --
Part 2. India and the Major Powers --
5. The Indo-US Entente: Committed Relationship or 'Friends with Benefits'? / Devin T. Hagerty --
6. India's China Policy / Manjeet S. Pardesi --
7. India and Russia: A Special Relationship? / Vidya Nadkarni --
Part 3. India and West Europe --
8. India and the United Kingdom: Finding a New Equilibrium / Andrew Wyatt --
9. India's Foreign Policy toward France: A Strategic Partnership First / Jean-Luc Racine --
10. India's Germany Policy since 1947: An Entrepreneurial Partnership / Hannes Ebert --
Part 4. India's Extended Horizons --
11. India's Relations with Japan and South Korea / Manjeet S. Pardesi --
12. India and Southeast Asia: Whither India's Strategic Engagement with ASEAN? / Isabelle de Saint-Mezard --
13. The Partnership that Dare not Speak its Name? The Evolution of India-Israel Relations (1947-2012) / Nicolas Blarel --
14. India and Latin America: Distant Acquaintance, Rhetorical Solidarity, Strategic Engagement / Varun Sahni --
15. India's Resurgent Foreign Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa / Rani D. Mullen --
Part 5. India's External Policies --
16. Domestic and International Influences on India's Energy Policy / Dinshaw Mistry --
17. India's Nuclear Weapons Policy / Vipin Narang --
18. India's Foreign Economic Policies / Rahul Mukherji.
Responsibility: edited by Sumit Ganguly.

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