India’s Foreign Policy: Old Problems, New Challenges

Suba Chandran, D and Jacob, Jabin T, eds. (2011) India’s Foreign Policy: Old Problems, New Challenges. MacMillan, New Delhi.

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Abstract: Current Indian foreign policy is informed by a realization that a combination of economic reforms and the end of the Cold War has steered India into a position of some considerable influence in the post-9/11 world. Nevertheless, Indian foreign policy has a long way to go before it can meet the needs and aspirations of its people. It is well within India ’s capabilities to assume such a role. What is needed both at the elite and popular levels, is not just a greater will and courage to take up such a role but also an acknowledgement that this is necessarily a long-term process, the fruits of which might not even be visible in the space of a generation or a lifetime but which will nevertheless require preparation, investment and the ability to think beyond immediate interests and beyond India’s borders.
Item Type: Book
Additional Information: This work was done at the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, New Delhi
Subjects: International Strategic and Security Studies Programme > International Relations
Divisions: Schools > International Strategic and Security Studies Programme
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2016 09:31
Last Modified: 25 May 2016 11:01
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