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Amitabh Mattoo, Happymon Jacob & Kapil Kak (Eds)

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About this Item: KW Publishers, New Delhi, India, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. India-Pakistan relations are at a historic juncture. This new found warmth, more than mere ‘cold peace’ something that has traditionally characterised the relationship between the two countries has started manifesting in an urge to engage the other country with a positive frame of mind, explore the finer aspects of the other, and impelled an unprecedented popular momentum generated by the expectations of ordinary Indians and Pakistanis. The leadership in both India and Pakistan has not just accepted that they are willing to go beyond their stated positions, but have realised that the welfare of the other is essential to their own. The people of Jammu and Kashmir are also undergoing an attitudinal metamorphosis towards realism and the imperatives of peace, stability and prosperity.Still, much remains unchanged. Mindsets, suspicion, terror tactics and political compulsions created by age-old ‘nationalist’ rhetoric remain potential wild cards in the ongoing process towards positive peace. Thus, much of the challenging journey still lies ahead.Printed Pages: 330. Seller Inventory # 104452

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Amitabh Mattoo, Kapil Kak & Happymon Jacob

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Mattoo, Amitabh & Happymon Jacob (eds)

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Mattoo, Amitabh & Happymon Jacob (eds)

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Amitabh Mattoo And Happymon Jacob

Published by Har-anand Publications (2010)

ISBN 10: 8124115117 ISBN 13: 9788124115114

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About this Item: Har-anand Publications, 2010. This unique volume is the first comprehensive work to analyze the domestic aspects of foreign policy making in India Through the case studies and the theoretical chapters the book is a major contribution to the literature on Indias foreign policy and international relations theory It is essential reading for practitioners and scholars alike and fills a huge gap in the understanding of Indias engagement with the outside worldAMITABH MATTOO is currently Professor of International Studies at JNU HAPPYMON JACOB is Assistant Professor at the School of International Studies JNU Under the auspices of The Foreign Policy Peace and Security Series 320 pp. Seller Inventory # 94297

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Amitabh Mattoo; Kapil Kak and Happymon Jacob

Published by KW Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: KW Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction 1. India Pakistan relations towards a grand reconciliation/Amitabh Mattoo. Regional dimension 2. Geo politics in Southern Asia and its impact on India Pakistan relations/Happymon Jacob. 3. Nuclear stability in South Asia issues and challenges/Jasjit Singh. 4. Theorising territory and borders in the India Pakistan conflict/Devika Sharma. India Pakistan relations from the past to the present 5. Reconstructing the evolutionary narrative/Kalim Bahadur. 6. Engaging Pakistan from the NDA to the UPA/Malini Parthasarathy. 7. Another shot at Bilateralism Compulsions constraints and calculations behind the peace process/Sushant Sareen. 8. India Pakistan security discourse/Rajesh Rajagopalan. 9. Crossing the lines a Pakistani looks at science and society in India/Pervez Hoodbhoy. 10. India Pakistan relations the Jihadi impediment/Wilson John. 11. The Indus waters and Pakistan's water security/A.K. Pandey. 12. Cross border terrorism a review/Afsir Karim. Peace building in Jammu Kashmir 13. The peace process a view from Jammu/Rekha Chowdhary. 14. The peace process view from Leh/P. Stobdan. 15. Peace process and imperatives of resolving the Kashmir problem/Noor Ahmad Baba. 16. Kashmir how to grasp the nettle/Prem Shankar Jha. 17. Resolving the Kashmir issue a dream worth dreaming/Pran Chopra. 18. Jammu and Kashmir the internal dimension/Radhavinod Raju. India Pakistan relations the way forward 19. India Pakistan Neemrana initiative an experiment in track two diplomacy/Satish Kumar. 20. India Pakistan relations is the peace process Irreversible/Frederic Grare. Conclusions 21. India Pakistan bilateral dynamics/Kapil Kak. Index. India Pakistan relations are at a historic juncture. This new found warmth more than mere cold peace something that has traditionally characterised the relationship between the two countries has started manifesting in an urge to engage the other country with a positive frame of mind explore the finer aspects of the other and impelled an unprecedented popular momentum generated by the expectations of ordinary Indians and Pakistanis. The leadership in both India and Pakistan has not just accepted that they are willing to go beyond their stated positions but have realised that the welfare of the other is essential to their own. The people of Jammu and Kashmir are also undergoing an attitudinal metamorphosis towards realism and the imperatives of peace stability and prosperity. Still much remains unchanged. Mindsets suspicion terror tactics and political compulsions created by age old nationalist rhetoric remain potential wild cards in the ongoing process towards positive peace. Thus much of the challenging journey still lies ahead. This volume is an attempt to capture these diverse readings and views analyse the prospects of peace and the potential wild cards and present these before a discerning audience. 308 pp. Seller Inventory # 64911

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edited by Amitabh Mattoo and Happymon Jacob

Published by Manohar (2014)

ISBN 10: 935098038X ISBN 13: 9789350980385

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About this Item: Manohar, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. New Directions in Indian Foreign Policy aims to explore Indian Foreign Policy since the end of the Cold War and investigate the latest trends in India’s foreign policy behaviour. The book covers a whole range of issues including India’s nuclear identity, climate change, resource crunch, and diplomacy, India’s great power aspirations, and domestic influences on foreign policy making. Considering that the end of the Cold War is widely understood to be a game changer for Indian Foreign Policy, it is an opportune time to ask whether India has indeed embraced a new foreign policy. In other words, two decades since the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the economic liberalization process and the coalition politics in the country, what are the changes and continuities in the contemporary Indian Foreign Policy. There is a dearth of comprehensive works on India’s Foreign Policy outlook in the post-Cold War era. Thus, this book aims to fill this gap in the discipline of international politics. The focus of the book is not so much about what has changed for India, but how India has adapted or responded to the changes around it. The volume aims to produce important theoretical insights on Indian Foreign Policy. It also analyses the various aspects and implications of India’s desire for greater global influence. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 115048

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Mattoo, Amitabh, Kak, Kapil, Happymon, Jacob

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Amitabh Mattoo, Kapil Kak, Jacob Happymon

Published by Knowledge World International, India (2007)

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About this Item: Knowledge World International, India, 2007. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. Seller Inventory # AMO9788187966661

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Amitabh Mattoo, Happymon Jacob

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