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New Directions in India's Foreign Policy

New Directions in India's Foreign Policy
Theory and Praxis

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Harsh V. Pant, Rohan Mukherjee, Priya Chacko, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Itty Abraham, Avinash Paliwal, Julie M. Super, Arndt Michael, Ian Hall, David Scott, Rajesh Basrur, Latha Varadajan
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  • Date Published: March 2019
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108462198

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  • India's foreign policy has witnessed a dramatic transformation since the end of the Cold War. Though academic study of Indian foreign policy has also shown a degree of maturity, theoretical developments have been underwhelming. Scholars have introduced new concepts and examined Indian foreign policy through new prisms, but a cohesive research agenda has not yet been charted. This volume intends to fill that void. It brings together new cutting-edge research in the field of Indian foreign policy - both at the theoretical and empirical level - so as to shape the discourse on foreign policy of one of the most important players in global politics. This volume explores key concepts like 'constructivism' and 'territoriality' and analyses their contribution to the academic discourse on Indian foreign policy. Issues such as the 'Indo-Pacific' and the 'responsibility to protect' have also been examined to address the expanding horizons of Indian foreign policy.

    • The most updated and contemporary volume on India's foreign policy
    • Brings on board eminent scholars of foreign policy across international academia
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    • Date Published: March 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108462198
    • length: 304 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 x 22 mm
    • weight: 0.4kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Acknowledgements
    1. Introduction Harsh V. Pant
    Part I. Theoretical Evolution:
    2. Power and Indian foreign policy Rohan Mukherjee
    3. Constructivism and Indian foreign policy Priya Chacko
    4. Exploring historical memory and Indian foreign policy Manjari Chatterjee Miller
    5. A doubled geography: geobody, land, and sea in Indian security thought Itty Abraham
    6. Foreign policy analysis and Indian foreign policy Harsh V. Pant and Avinash Paliwal
    Part II. Emerging Themes:
    7. Non-alignment and beyond Harsh V. Pant and Julie M. Super
    8. India and multilateralism: concepts, new trajectories and theorizing Arndt Michael
    9. India and the responsibility to protect Ian Hall
    10. India and the Indo-Pacific discourse David Scott
    11. India and nuclear deterrence Rajesh Basrur
    12. India and its diaspora Latha Varadarajan
    Notes on contributors
    Bibliography
    Index.

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    Harsh V. Pant, Observer Research Foundation, India
    Harsh V. Pant is Distinguished Fellow and Director of Research at Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi. He holds a joint appointment as Professor of International Relations in Defence Studies Department and the India Institute at King's College London.

    Contributors

    Harsh V. Pant, Rohan Mukherjee, Priya Chacko, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Itty Abraham, Avinash Paliwal, Julie M. Super, Arndt Michael, Ian Hall, David Scott, Rajesh Basrur, Latha Varadajan

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