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Foreign Policy of Bhutan

 
Rajesh S. Kharat (Author)
Synopsis It is obvious that any country would like to have various options to pursue the goals of its foreign policy, viz. diplomacy, military, economy and lastly, cultural heritage. In bhutan’s case, being a small and landlocked state, the military option is out of question due to its weak military position, and lack of funds to maintain defence force. But the remaining three options, diplomacy, economic development and cultural status have proved to be quite useful. Bhuta, in fact has utilised the above three options to the maximum extent to formulate its own foreign policy. Overall the impression, which we get is that with Bhutan has succeeded in maintaining its sovereign status and relative autonomy of action in the World Politics.
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About the author

Rajesh S. Kharat

Rejesh S. Kharat is Reader in Politics at Department of Civics & Politics, University of Mumbai. He obtained his M.Phil. and Ph. D. degrees from the Soouth Asian Studies, JNU, New Delhi. He has authored a book Bhutan in SAARC: Role of Samll State in Regional Allaince (New Delhi) which is also published in the American edition by Iternational Academic Publishers Ltd., University Boulevard, Denver, Colorado, USA. He has also contributed several articles on South Asian contemporary issues particularly on refugees, in national and international journals and edited volumes. Member of Editorial Advisory Board for Journal of Peace and Democracy in South Asia, (Stockholm University, Sweden) Dr. Kharat presented more than 20 research papers in national and international seminars and conferences in India and abroad. He has also visited countries of Bhutan, Denmark, France, Nepal, Norway, Sweden and England and Scotland in the United Kingdom for the academic purposes.

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Title Foreign Policy of Bhutan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178271109
length xii+282p., Maps; Appendix; Notes; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.

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