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India's International Relations (In 2 Volumes)

 
K.R. Gupta (Author)
Synopsis India's International Relations reflect a traditional policy of non-alignment with its emphasis upon international peace, peaceful coexistence and independent foreign policy, which have been helpful for India in securing its national interests as well as in building up an influential position in world politics. India's international relations have been characterised by the basic tenets of Panchsheel. Peace, disarmament, self-reliance, non-alignment, mutual respect and development are the factors that provide the foundation of India's international relations and also determine its reactions to developments taking place in different parts of the world. India's foreign policy since the time of Independence has essentially been to expand its strategic space.

The end of the bipolar world, with the disintegration of Soviet Union, ushered in an era of extraordinary flux and transition. The tragic event of 9/11 exposed the acute vulnerability of all nations to terrorist threats of unprecedented proportions.

India's foreign policy has to adapt to the rapidly changing global scenario and at the same time reconcile with the remarkable changes taking place within India itself. The country has significantly expanded its network of international relations. Its political engagement and economic and technical cooperation with the world are greater today than ever before.

This book `India's International Relations', in two volumes, attempts to cover all important aspects of India's relations with major countries--the United States, Russia, China, the UK, and the European Union. The most significant development from the point of view of international diplomacy and energy security for India has been the Indo-US strategic partnership which fructified into the historic Indo-US Nuclear Deal. The book highlights this landmark in relations between the world's two great democratic countries. It also studies India's relations with its neighbours--Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal--and focuses on the country's vital role in the whole of South Asia in pursuit of helping it emerge as a region of flourishing democracies. The vast coverage of the book will be of great help to the students, researchers and teachers of Indian politics and international relations.

The book would also be useful to government executives and parliamentarians of several countries concerned with the formulation and execution of the foreign policy. Common readers interested in knowing about India's relations with the world would find the book useful, informative and interesting.
                                                                                                                                    
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About the author

K.R. Gupta

Dr. K.R. Gupta is a well-known expert in the field of International Affairs. He has published over two dozen books and more than hundred papers in leading journals published in India and abroad. His latest publications include India-Pakistan Relations with special Reference to Kashmir, 3 Vols., Rural Development in India, 3 Vols., International Terrorism: World Viewpoints: Conventions, Resolutions, Legislations, Terrorist Organisations and Terrorists, 2 Vol., International Terrorism: Response of India, Pakistan and the United States, World Viewpoints on National Missile Defence, 2 Vols., Selected Documents on Nuclear Disarmament, 4 Vols., Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), Issues in Indian Economy, 4 Vols., Liberalisation and Globalisation of Indian Economy, 5 Vols., A Study of World Trade Organisation, GATT Accord and India: A Critical Analysis of Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations and Their Implications for India, GATT Accord: Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations, GATT and Underdeveloped Countries: A Study of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and International Economics.

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Bibliographic information

Title India's International Relations (In 2 Volumes)
Author K.R. Gupta
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.07.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788126912278
length xi+806p., Illustrations; 23cm.