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Diplomacy of India: Then and Now

 
Harish Kapur (Author)
Synopsis This is a first major attempt to analyse the whole gamut of India’s foreign policy during the fifty years of its independence. Combining different methodological approaches, the author has divided the book in three different parts. The first is devoted to the factors that determine the country’s foreign policy. While there are a number of them, the focus has been laid principally on the environmental factors, the most important of which are domestic, regional and global environments. Clearly, they are the major inputs in the determination of Indian diplomatic behaviour. The second part is devoted to the four goals that are the very basis of India’s behaviour vis-?-vis the outside world. They are security, modernisation, regional hegemony and international role-playing. The book defines each of these goals, and analyses its evolution during the last fifty years. The third part pertains to decision making. After systematically investigating the different institutions that are involved in the process, the author has introduced a new dimension—the dimension of the personality factor. In this connection, the study has investigated the role of all the Indian Prime Ministers from Jawaharlal Nehru to Atal Behari Vajpayee.
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About the author

Harish Kapur

Dr. Harish Kapur is Professor Emeritus at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland. There he teaches international relations. Before joining the Institute, he was Assistant Legal Advisor in the Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva. He spent two years in the sixties as a Research Associate at the Russian Research Centre of Harvard University. His basic research focus has been on the foreign policy of nations. He has written a number of books on the subject pertaining to the former Soviet Union, China and India. In 2003, he wrote a book entitled ‘Taiwan in a Changing World: Search for Security.

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Bibliographic information

Title Diplomacy of India: Then and Now
Author Harish Kapur
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st. Ed.
Publisher Manas Publications
Language: English
isbn 8170491355
length 400p.