Indian Foreign Policy (Revised Ed)

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ISBN:

9780199494262

Publication date:

10/01/2019

Paperback

220 pages

Price: 325.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199494262

Publication date:

10/01/2019

Paperback

220 pages

Sumit Ganguly

This revised edition focuses on including analysis on Narendra Modi’s regime.

Rights:  World Rights

Sumit Ganguly

Description

Updated and revised, this short introduction has become a go-to source for its clarity and succinct account of the evolution of Indian foreign policy over seven decades of India’s decolonization. It explains how the three approaches to the study of international politics—decision-making, national/domestic, and systemic/global—have helped in formulating and implementing India's foreign policies.

The five chapters cover the ideational period, starting immediately after Independence and ending with the Sino-Indian border war of 1962; the period between 1962 and the end of the Cold War; India's greater acceptance of the importance of material capabilities following the end of the Cold War; current trends and debates in Indian foreign policy, including analysis on Narendra Modi’s regime; and bookending the introduction by discussing challenges and the possible way ahead.

About the Author

Sumit Ganguly is Distinguished Professor of political science and holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

Sumit Ganguly

Table of contents

Acknowledgements

  1. Organization and Structure
  2. The Palimpsest of the Past
  3. The Fate of Non-alignment
  4. Coping with the Cold War’s End
  5. Forging a New Consensus?

Notes

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

Sumit Ganguly

Sumit Ganguly

Sumit Ganguly

Description

Updated and revised, this short introduction has become a go-to source for its clarity and succinct account of the evolution of Indian foreign policy over seven decades of India’s decolonization. It explains how the three approaches to the study of international politics—decision-making, national/domestic, and systemic/global—have helped in formulating and implementing India's foreign policies.

The five chapters cover the ideational period, starting immediately after Independence and ending with the Sino-Indian border war of 1962; the period between 1962 and the end of the Cold War; India's greater acceptance of the importance of material capabilities following the end of the Cold War; current trends and debates in Indian foreign policy, including analysis on Narendra Modi’s regime; and bookending the introduction by discussing challenges and the possible way ahead.

About the Author

Sumit Ganguly is Distinguished Professor of political science and holds the Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

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Table of contents

Acknowledgements

  1. Organization and Structure
  2. The Palimpsest of the Past
  3. The Fate of Non-alignment
  4. Coping with the Cold War’s End
  5. Forging a New Consensus?

Notes

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

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