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Foreign Policy of India, 6/e

Foreign Policy of India, 6/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125923480
  • 368 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5" x 8.5" inches
  • Book 425.00

This edition of the book has been updated up to the time of signing a nuclear deal with the US for civilian nuclear cooperation, and the successful conclusion of a binding agreement with it. The edition also discusses the attempts at improving its relations with China and Pakistan during the last three years, and what led to China’s recognition of Sikkim as an integral part of the Indian Union, Afghanistan’s joining the SAARC, invitation to India for attending the meetings of G-8, and strengthening of the NAM. These and many other such developments pertaining to India’s foreign policy have been carefully updated, incorporated and analysed.

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    Foreign Policy and National Interest
  • Factors Shaping India’s Foreign Policy
  • Principles and Objectives of India’s Foreign Policy
  • The Policy of Non-Alignment
  • India and Its Neighbours: Pakistan
  • India and Its Neighbours: China
  • India and Its Neighbours: Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
  • Disarmament, India’s Security and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
  • India and the United Nations
  • India and the SAARC
  • India and the United States of America
  • India and the Soviet Union
  • From Non-Alignment to Nuclear India