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India's Foreign Policy: Opportunities and Obstacles in the Post-Cold War Era

Indu Baghel (Author) Surya Narain Yadav (Author)
Synopsis India's Foreign Policy : Opportunities and Obstacles in the Post-Cold War Era is an original, comprehensive and critical study of Indian foreign policy, with a special focus on post-cold war era. Accordingly, the authors have made a thorough investigation of issues, like nuclear disarmament and nuclear proliferation, the relevance of India's nuclear doctrine of minimum credible deterrence, energy security and climate change, in addition to India's role in the formulation and functioning of the United Nations system in part one of the book. The second part of this book deals with India's position in the world economy. The authors have conclusively established on the basis of relevant data that India is playing a pivotal role in the multilateral institutions, like the World Trade Organisation in promoting South-South Cooperation. The study of IBSA dialogue forum is an important part of this book. More significantly, India's bilateral relations with the USA, Russia, People's Republic of China and Pakistan have been critically examined in the third and final part of this book. India-Africa strategic partnership has been examined from the perspective of India's emergence as a major economic and political power during the post-cold war era.
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About the authors

Indu Baghel

Dr. Indu Baghel is teaching Political Science in the University of Delhi. Her areas of specialization include, Citizenship, Good Governance, and Foreign Policy. She visited Portugal in 2002 in connection with her higher academic and research work. Also, she is well-versed in Portuguese language. Further, she has many published research papers and articles to her credit.

Surya Narain Yadav

Dr. Surya Narain Yadav is an eminent political scientist specialising on India's foreign policy, with a particular focus on bilateral relations. The role of globalisation in the determination and operation of foreign policy, especially with regard to regional organisations and international institutions is his special field of investigation. The author visited Portugal (Europe) in 2001, and Uganda (Africa) in 1999 and 2000 for undertaking academic and research assignements. His prominent publications include, India-Uganda Relations: A New Model for South- South Cooperation; India's Foreign Policy: Opportunities and Obstacles in the Post-Cold War Era. He has written over 10 books. The author was nominated for the Chinese government fellowship, a joint research programme by the Ministry of Human Resources Development (Government of India) and the Government of the People's Republic of China in the year 2001.

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Title India's Foreign Policy: Opportunities and Obstacles in the Post-Cold War Era
Format Softcover
Date published: 27.03.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8182202344
length xiv+390p., Tables; Figures