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Making of India's Foreign Policy: Prime Ministers and Wars

Pramoda Kumar Panda (Author)
Synopsis This book attempts towards Indian foreign policy making-the actors, factors and process-in the light of recent approaches to foreign policy analysis. Focusing on two important events of recent Indian history-India-China Border War-1962, and Bangladesh Liberation War-1971-it examines Indian policy-making from a near-holistic perspective. Its three dimensional analysis lays bare the strategic calculations, organizational connections and intragovernmental politics behind the politics behind the policies adopted during these tow Border War Nehru' policies went awry due to organizational inadequacies-particularly the lack of civil military interfacing, power/policy struggle among various groups and lobbies, and his desire for consensus politics. Discounting the popular notion about Mrs. Gandhi's premeditated and planned endeavour to dismember Pakistan, it traces the growth of decision, born of domestic and international encouragement, during the Bangladesh liberation struggle.
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About the author

Pramoda Kumar Panda

Pramoda Kumar Panda, born in 1954, graduated from F.M. College, Balasore (Orissa). With his M.A. degree from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, he joined Orissa Higher Education Service in 1977. He has served in different government colleges of Orissa in various capacities. At present, he is a reader of Political Science, F.M. (Autonomous) College, Balasore (Orissa).

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Bibliographic information

Title Making of India's Foreign Policy: Prime Ministers and Wars
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher Raj Publications
Language: English
isbn 8186208267
length 280p., Bibliography; Index