3 edition of Domestic imperatives in India"s foreign policy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -303) and index.
|Statement||Nalini Kant Jha.|
|LC Classifications||DS480.84 .J47 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||2002314744|
The book is significant because there are no other viable edited volumes on the evolution of Indian foreign policy. Each chapter follows a common conceptual framework using the level of analysis approach. This framework looks at the evolution of India's foreign policy from the standpoints of systemic, national, and decision-making perspectives/5(49). War and reason—Domestic and international imperatives: By Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and David Lalman.(New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, pp. $ cloth; $ paper.)Author: Arthur Cyr.
Ultimately, foreign policy watchers must continue to be patient toward what they can expect from India. Nonetheless, India is continuing to increase its Author: Akhilesh Pillalamarri. This book is a comprehensive examination of the dynamics of India’s energy security policy in the domestic and international context. Over the past decade and a half, energy security has been a constant driver of India’s foreign policy. Successive Indian governments have emphasized it as a major concern, next only to food security.
Foreign policy encompasses a set of principles adopted and followed by a nation for securing its objectives of national interest during the course of its relations with other nations. It translates the ideals and broadly conceived goals of a nation into concrete courses of 4/5(3). on India's foreign policy India's international relations after independence in drew several of its principal characteristics from earlier Indian history and, in particular, from India's painful colonial experience under the British Raj.1 One that was Delhi: Penguin Books, ), 1 and
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Domestic Imperatives In India's Foreign Policy by Nalini Kant Jha (Author)Author: Nalini Kant Jha. Domestic imperatives in India's foreign policy. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, © (OCoLC) Online version: Jha, Nalini Kant.
Domestic imperatives in India's foreign policy. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nalini Kant Jha. Get this from a library. Domestic imperatives in India's foreign policy.
[Nalini Kant Jha]. That is what this book seeks to redress. Theorizing Indian Foreign Policy draws together the study of contemporary Indian foreign policy and the methods and theories used by FPA and IR, while simultaneously contributing to a growing reflection on how to theorise a non-Western case.
‘’Mr Hall’s well-researched and highly readable book will stimulate debate on Modi’s foreign policy.’’ Business Standard "This is essential reading. Ian Hall brilliantly links the domestic imperatives driving current Indian foreign policy to the challenges India faces in a rapidly changing world." Katharine Adeney, University of.
Foreign Policy Making Process of Indian National Political Parties, Debates on Nuclear-Deal Elif Bali Kurtarir1 India’s foreign policy rests with the President of India. But President is a nominal domestic imperatives affect implementation in different waysFile Size: KB. of the foreign policy.
Geographical factors, like the size and the location of a country, its natural resources and the number of its population contribute to the power of the 9 A. Appadorai, “Domestic Roots of India’s Foreign Policy: ”, Oxford University Press, File Size: KB.
Foreign Policies are designed with the aim of achieving complex domestic and international agendas. It usually involves an elaborate series of steps, in which domestic politics plays an important role.
Additionally, the head of the government in most cases is not an individual actor. Foreign Policy decisions are usually collective and/or influenced by others in the political system.
David M. Malone, editor David M. Malone, Under-Secretary-General, United Nations; Rector, United Nations University C. Raja Mohan, editor C. Raja Mohan is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and a contributing editor for the Indian Express.
His books include "Crossing the Rubicon: The Shaping of India's New Foreign Policy" () and recent book is "Samudra Manthan:. CHAPTER I DETERMINANTS OF INDIA'S FOREIGN POLICY It is the foreign policy a o nationf, which determines its relations with a specific nation.
Hence, prior to the assessment of Indo - U.S. relations, this chapter takes a look at the determinants of India's foreign policy. Foreign Policy is a strategy or planned course of action developed by File Size: 2MB.
The foreign policy practice of India also reveals its two other objectives; 1. Elimination of colonialism and racial discrimination.
Protection of the interests of people of Indian origin abroad. An official statement of Ministry of External Affairs () notes that India’s foreign policy seeks to safeguard her enlightened self-interest.
Its primary objective is to promote and maintain a peaceful and stable external environment in which the domestic. This volume seeks to understand, analyze and describe the domestic underpinnings of foreign policy making in India.
The volume investigates and evaluates the impact that the political, economic, social, religious and cultural diversity of India has had on the making of the country's foreign and defense policy, particularly in the last two : Jacob, Mattoo, Amitabh. The detail on India’s immediate vicinity is excellent, and conveys the imperatives for India to develop relations with all its neighbours despite the difficulty of doing that judiciously.
Donald J. Trump is the new President-elect of the United States who will enter the White House having promised to radically alter country’s foreign policy with significant impact for Americans and the world. Voters, foreign policy professionals and the.
This book is a comprehensive examination of the dynamics of India's energy security policy in the domestic and international context.
Over the past decade and a half, energy security has been a constant driver of India's foreign policy. Successive Indian governments have emphasized it as a major concern, next only to food security.5/5(1).
in India’s foreign policy whereby India adhered to its commitment for regional integration and co-operation in south and south-east Asia. There was a remarkable re-orientation of India’s policy towards the middle-east as there was increasing pressure.
Notes Indian Foreign Size: KB. Domestic politicisation of foreign policy also instils a ‘winner-takes-all’ mentality in the ruling dispensation, thereby shrinking the domestic space for consensus : Happymon Jacob. India’s Foreign Policy Evolution India has evolved from a protest voice on the world stage to an active shaper of the international order.
By Uzair Younus for The Diplomat. It depends on what kind of book you are seeking for, to know about the Foreign Policy of India or you already know about the Indian Foreign Policy and need some interesting books to read Like for baisc knowledge of the Indian Foreign Policy, You D. When India’s foreign policy becomes domestic, decisions tend to escalate, coalition politics intensify, and the fallout affects both politics and policy.
Leo E. Rose and Richard Sission, War and Succession: India, Pakistan and Creation of Bangladesh (New Delhi: Sage Publications, ), pp. Citing an article from an edited book A.
Appadorai, “On Understanding Indian Foreign Policy,” in K. P. Misra, ed., Studies in Indian Foreign Policy (New Delhi: Thompson Press, ), pp. Indian Scientists in Defence and Foreign Policy Jaideep A. Prabhu. The Economic Imperatives Shaping India's Foreign Policy.
Section IV: Geography. India and the Region Stephen Cohen. China Alka Acharya. India's Policy Towards Pakistan Rajesh Basrur. Bangladesh Krishnan Srinivasan and Sreeradha Dutta.
India's Nepal.The Book Deals With All Aspects Of The Foreign Policy Of India In Detail During Different Phases. All The Events Have Been Recorded In The Chronological Order. In The Introductory Chapter The Meaning And Definition Of Foreign Policy, Its Important Contents And Elements Have Been Traced In Detail In A Simple And Lucid Manner.
In The Next Chapters Various Aspects Of India S Foreign Policy Have 4/5(3).