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India"s foreign policy in the post cold war era

Poonam Mann

India"s foreign policy in the post cold war era

by Poonam Mann

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Published by Harman Pub. House in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • India -- Foreign relations -- 1984-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-212).

      StatementPoonam Mann.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS480.853 .M366 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 212 p. ;
      Number of Pages212
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6816888M
      ISBN 108186622330
      LC Control Number00289707

      "This book offers an outstanding exposition of India's foreign policy adaptation since the end of the Cold War. Written in elegant prose, Crossing the Rubicon presents valuable insights into India's international strategy in a rapidly changing world where its ambitions are increasingly becoming enmeshed with the requirements of economic globalization/5(4). Since India’s independence, ties with the United States have weathered Cold War–era distrust and estrangement over India’s nuclear program. Relations have warmed in recent years and.

      Q8. In the Post Cold War Era what is the nature of India’s foreign policy in terms of shifting alliances in world politics? Answer: In the Post Cold War Era India’s foreign policy had shifted to more pro-US stance with the disintegration of USSR: 1.   Indian Foreign Policy: The Cold War Lingers. Recent Features. India was heralded as one of the foreign policy success stories of his presidency. If time is running out on the post-WWII.

        India's foreign policy behaviour during the Cold War was largely determined by a few predominant personalities, both its foreign and security policies having long been dominated by Nehru and Indira Gandhi. 78 The two leader's views on China had decisive influence on India's China policy. When considering India's defeat in the Sino–Indian Cited by: With the end of Cold War discipline the world has entered a new era. Parameters have changed; new handicaps as well as new opportunities have been created for countries. Turkey as a neighbor of former USSR, a member of NATO and located at the center of a sensitive region covered by Caucasus, Balkans and Middle East, has been affected by the end of Cold War radically.5/5(1).


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The Hoover Institution hosts "American Foreign Policy In The Post-Cold War Era" on Tuesday, Ap from pm - pm. In the decades .Despite hurdles, New Delhi offers a trove of Cold War records For Cold War historians, the National Archives of India and the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in New Delhi offer great access and unique opportunities for research.

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