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Post 9/11 Indian Foreign Policy: Challenges and Opportunities

Sudhir Kumar Singh (Author)
Synopsis The end of the Cold War has changed the entire contours of the international system. Since the Kautilayan period till now realism has been the cardinal principle of foreign policy. Since its inception, Indian foreign policy has been however embedded with idealism. The phenomenal change of Indian foreign policy was incorporated during P.V. Narsinga Rao's Regime (1991-96). After that every successive regime has maintained the sustainability to cope with the changing international system. Traditionally Indian foreign policy has been obsessed with Pakistan and China. It has been opined by a gamut of pundits of the international system that India has accelerated its international profile after the end of the Cold War in general and after post 9/11 2001 in particular. To realize this reality we have to decentralize our focal attention towards other regions of the world. This book is intended to focus on those important elements in a holistic manner.
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About the author

Sudhir Kumar Singh

Sudhir Kumar Singh is MA, M Phil, PhD from Delhi University and had worked as Research Officer in Sri Ram Institute of Industrial Research, New Delhi. He had participated and presented many papers in the seminars and attended workshop organized by NCERT. He is presently reader in R.B.S.College, Agra of Dr. B.R. University, Agra.

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Title Post 9/11 Indian Foreign Policy: Challenges and Opportunities
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.01.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Pentagon Press
Language: English
isbn 8182743632
length xvi+314p,.