Engaging the World: Indian Foreign Policy since 1947

Hardcover | February 7, 2016

bySumit Gunguly

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This book provides a fairly extensive survey of Indiaas foreign relations with key states in the region, with emerging powers and with the great powers. It also relies on the levels of analysis as its organizing framework.

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This book provides a fairly extensive survey of Indiaas foreign relations with key states in the region, with emerging powers and with the great powers. It also relies on the levels of analysis as its organizing framework.

Prof. Sumit Ganguly is Professor of Political Science and Rabindranath Tagore Chair in Indian Cultures and Civilizations at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:496 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.98 inPublished:February 7, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199458324

ISBN - 13:9780199458325

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AcknowledgementsSumit Ganguly and Nicolas Blarel: IntroductionPart 1: India and South Asia1. Rajesh Basrur: India-Pakistan Relations: Between War and Peace2. Eswaran Sridharan: Indo-Sri Lanka Relations: Geopolitics, Domestic Politics or Something More Complex?3. Shibashis Chatterjee: India-Bangladesh Relations: An Overview4. Rani Mullen: India-Afghanistan RelationsPart 2: India and the Major Powers5. Devin Hagerty: The Indo-U.S. Entente: Committed Relationship or "Friends with Benefits?"6. Manjeet Pardesi: India's China Policy7. Vidya Nadkarni: India and Russia: A Special Relationship?Part 3: India and West Europe8. Andrew Wyatt: India and the United Kingdom: Finding a new Equilibrium9. Jean-Luc Racine: India's Foreign Policy Toward France: A Strategic Partnership First10. Hannes Ebert: India`s Germany Policy since 1947: An Entrepreneurial PartnershipPart 4: Indiaas Extended Horizons11. Manjeet Pardesi: India's Relations with Japan and South Korea12. Isabelle de Saint-Mezard: India and Southeast Asia: Whither Indiaas strategic engagement with ASEAN?13. Nicolas Blarel: The Partnership that dare not Speak its Name? The Evolution of India-Israel Relations14. Varun Sahni: India and Latin America: Distant Acquaintance, Rhetorical Solidarity, Strategic Engagement15. Rani Mullen: India's Resurgent Foreign Policy in Sub-Saharan AfricaPart 5: Indiaas External Policies16. Dinshaw Mistry: Domestic and International Influences on Indiaas Energy Policy17. Vipin Narang: Indiaas Nuclear Weapons Policy18. Rahul Mukherji: India's Foreign Economic PoliciesIndexNotes on the Editor and Contributors