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It is organized primarily in the form of India's relations with its neighbours and with key states in the global order. All the chapters in this volume utilize the level of analysis approach, a well-established conceptual scheme in the study of international politics in organizing the substantive cases. They provide crisp and lucid accounts of its developments in various parts of the world. 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.
The History of Indian foreign policy refers to the foreign relations of modern India post-independence, that is the Dominion of India from to and the Republic of India from onwards. At first, it was vague and rather grandiose dream of forging an international coalition of non-colonial and the colonized powers, but the world was rapidly bifurcated by the emergence of the Cold War between the West, led by the United States and Britain, and the East, led by the Soviet Union. It was urgent to develop policies regarding the Cold War, as well as relations with Pakistan, Britain, and the Commonwealth. The rest could wait. Nehru and the Congress looked on the Soviet Union with distrust, reassuring the West that there was not the least chance of India lining up with the Soviet Union in war or peace.
Ganguly has captured the crux of Indian foreign policies, from the period of to the present day. The book includes incisive essays on this very subject. It also includes in depth analyses of national, personal, systemic, and political factors which affect foreign policy. The chapters are presented in the level-of-analysis approach, which is a conceptual scheme frequently used in the study of international relations. The text contains 15 chapters or essays, along with a list of figures and tables, and suggestions for further reading. The book provides crisp accounts of developments in other countries.
In Chapter 1, Ganguly argues that systemic e. It is this concept of three levels that structures the chapters in the book, helping the reader to navigate through often unwieldy and often unfamiliar issues. In Chapter 2, Basrur analyzes India-Pakistan relations, arguing that domestic politics pose the major obstacles to finding a lasting resolution. The chapter is full of important details -e. In Chapter 4, Thakar sheds light on India-Bangladesh ties, arguing that despite no obvious obstacles relations are difficult mainly because of structural asymmetries and the suspicions that result from this unequal relationship.
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