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Item Description: 2010. PaperBack. Book Condition: New. 363 The book in a manner is a sequel to his book "Across Borders". It is a collection of his articles on foreign affairs and India's foreign policy orientations, covering the period from 1994 to the summer of 2001. The relevance of the book is that its contents analyze events as they occurred over the last seven years or so and assess their implications in regional political terms and in terms of their impact on India's interests. The articles are underpinned by his 36-year long experience as an Indian diplomat who held positions of significance and high responsibilities. They have the additional quality of his keen sense of observation, his clear perceptions of national interests and his precise sense of national priorities in the spheres of India's external relations ad security concerns. The book will undoubtedly be a valuable reference source for scholars and researchers dealing with India's foreign policy. About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, former Foreign Secretary of India, is one of the most distinguished members of the Indian Foreign Service. Born in 1936 and educated at Delhi, he joined the diplomatic service in 1958. He served in different capacities at home and in Indian embassies in different countries for 36 years before retiring as Foreign Secretary of India in 1994. Dixit is somewhat unique amongst his colleague after retirement, he emerged as one of the most thoughtful and analytical political columnists in India, writing in major leading Indian and foreign newspapers. He authored six books in six years after his retirement in 1994, dealing with his assignments in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka where he served as Ambassador. This is his 7th book which is a collection of the more important articles on foreign affairs and international relations, in addition to commentaries and essays on contemporary developments, the world over, over the last 5/6 years. This volume forms relevant reference material for scholars and academics in general and for those, interested in Indian foreign policy, in particular. Contents:- Preface • Introduction • Part-I : INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY • India's Foreign Policy-An Overview • Challenges Facing India's Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy: National Security Concerns • India-A Candidate for UN Security Council • Part-II : INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS • Pakistan: India's Most Important Neighbour • An Analysis of Domestic Political Factors in Pakistan Affecting Pakistan's India Policies • Musharraf-Vajpayee Summit: Perspective and Prospects • Anti-Indian Pak Moves on Human Right-Post-Geneva Prospects • Indo-Bangladesh Relations-Need for Better Handling • Sino-Indian Relations-An Overview • Sino-Indian Relations: Slow Down in Momentum • The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmjas of India • The Tragedies of Sri Lanka: Uncertain Prospects • Indo-Nepalese Relations-Significance of G.P. Koirala's Visit • Developments in Nepal-Tragedy Compounded by Political Uncertainties • India and Myanmar-A Crucial Relationship • Regional Fora: ASEAN and SAARC • Index. The Title 'India's Foreign Policy and Its Neighbours written/authored/edited by J.N. Dixit', published in the year 2010. The ISBN 9788121210911 is assigned to the PaperBack version of this title. This book has total of pp. 363 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is General (Paper Backs). Language: English. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121210911

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Item Description: 2010. PaperBack. Book Condition: New. 363 pages. English The book in a manner is a sequel to his book "Across Borders". It is a collection of his articles on foreign affairs and India's foreign policy orientations, covering the period from 1994 to the summer of 2001. The relevance of the book is that its contents analyze events as they occurred over the last seven years or so and assess their implications in regional political terms and in terms of their impact on India's interests. The articles are underpinned by his 36-year long experience as an Indian diplomat who held positions of significance and high responsibilities. They have the additional quality of his keen sense of observation, his clear perceptions of national interests and his precise sense of national priorities in the spheres of India's external relations ad security concerns. The book will undoubtedly be a valuable reference source for scholars and researchers dealing with India's foreign policy. About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, former Foreign Secretary of India, is one of the most distinguished members of the Indian Foreign Service. Born in 1936 and educated at Delhi, he joined the diplomatic service in 1958. He served in different capacities at home and in Indian embassies in different countries for 36 years before retiring as Foreign Secretary of India in 1994. Dixit is somewhat unique amongst his colleague after retirement, he emerged as one of the most thoughtful and analytical political columnists in India, writing in major leading Indian and foreign newspapers. He authored six books in six years after his retirement in 1994, dealing with his assignments in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka where he served as Ambassador. This is his 7th book which is a collection of the more important articles on foreign affairs and international relations, in addition to commentaries and essays on contemporary developments, the world over, over the last 5/6 years. This volume forms relevant reference material for scholars and academics in general and for those, interested in Indian foreign policy, in particular. Contents:- Preface • Introduction • Part-I : INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY • India's Foreign Policy-An Overview • Challenges Facing India's Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy: National Security Concerns • India-A Candidate for UN Security Council • Part-II : INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS • Pakistan: India's Most Important Neighbour • An Analysis of Domestic Political Factors in Pakistan Affecting Pakistan's India Policies • Musharraf-Vajpayee Summit: Perspective and Prospects • Anti-Indian Pak Moves on Human Right-Post-Geneva Prospects • Indo-Bangladesh Relations-Need for Better Handling • Sino-Indian Relations-An Overview • Sino-Indian Relations: Slow Down in Momentum • The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmjas of India • The Tragedies of Sri Lanka: Uncertain Prospects • Indo-Nepalese Relations-Significance of G.P. Koirala's Visit • Developments in Nepal-Tragedy Compounded by Political Uncertainties • India and Myanmar-A Crucial Relationship • Regional Fora: ASEAN and SAARC • Index. The Title 'India's Foreign Policy and Its Neighbours written/authored/edited by J.N. Dixit', published in the year 2010. The ISBN 9788121210911 is assigned to the PaperBack version of this title. This book has total of pp. 363 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is General (Paper Backs). Bookseller Inventory # 9788121210911

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Item Description: 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 364 The book in a manner is a sequel to his book "Across Borders". It is a collection of his articles on foreign affairs and India's foreign policy orientations, covering the period from 1994 to the summer of 2001. The relevance of the book is that its contents analyze events as they occurred over the last seven years or so and assess their implications in regional political terms and in terms of their impact on India's interests. The articles are underpinned by his 36-year long experience as an Indian diplomat who held positions of significance and high responsibilities. They have the additional quality of his keen sense of observation, his clear perceptions of national interests and his precise sense of national priorities in the spheres of India's external relations ad security concerns. The book will undoubtedly be a valuable reference source for scholars and researchers dealing with India's foreign policy. About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, former Foreign Secretary of India, is one of the most distinguished members of the Indian Foreign Service. Born in 1936 and educated at Delhi, he joined the diplomatic service in 1958. He served in different capacities at home and in Indian embassies in different countries for 36 years before retiring as Foreign Secretary of India in 1994. Dixit is somewhat unique amongst his colleague after retirement, he emerged as one of the most thoughtful and analytical political columnists in India, writing in major leading Indian and foreign newspapers. He authored six books in six years after his retirement in 1994, dealing with his assignments in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka where he served as Ambassador. This is his 7th book which is a collection of the more important articles on foreign affairs and international relations, in addition to commentaries and essays on contemporary developments, the world over, over the last 5/6 years. This volume forms relevant reference material for scholars and academics in general and for those, interested in Indian foreign policy, in particular. Contents:- Preface • Introduction • Part-I : INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY • India's Foreign Policy-An Overview • Challenges Facing India's Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy: National Security Concerns • India-A Candidate for UN Security Council • Part-II : INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS • Pakistan: India's Most Important Neighbour • An Analysis of Domestic Political Factors in Pakistan Affecting Pakistan's India Policies • Musharraf-Vajpayee Summit: Perspective and Prospects • Anti-Indian Pak Moves on Human Right-Post-Geneva Prospects • Indo-Bangladesh Relations-Need for Better Handling • Sino-Indian Relations-An Overview • Sino-Indian Relations: Slow Down in Momentum • The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmjas of India • The Tragedies of Sri Lanka: Uncertain Prospects • Indo-Nepalese Relations-Significance of G.P. Koirala's Visit • Developments in Nepal-Tragedy Compounded by Political Uncertainties • India and Myanmar-A Crucial Relationship • Regional Fora: ASEAN and SAARC • Index. The Title 'India's Foreign Policy and Its Neighbours written/authored/edited by J.N. Dixit, Ifs', published in the year 2012. The ISBN 9788121207263 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 364 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is International Studies. Language: English. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121207263

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Item Description: 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 364 pages. English The book in a manner is a sequel to his book "Across Borders". It is a collection of his articles on foreign affairs and India's foreign policy orientations, covering the period from 1994 to the summer of 2001. The relevance of the book is that its contents analyze events as they occurred over the last seven years or so and assess their implications in regional political terms and in terms of their impact on India's interests. The articles are underpinned by his 36-year long experience as an Indian diplomat who held positions of significance and high responsibilities. They have the additional quality of his keen sense of observation, his clear perceptions of national interests and his precise sense of national priorities in the spheres of India's external relations ad security concerns. The book will undoubtedly be a valuable reference source for scholars and researchers dealing with India's foreign policy. About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, former Foreign Secretary of India, is one of the most distinguished members of the Indian Foreign Service. Born in 1936 and educated at Delhi, he joined the diplomatic service in 1958. He served in different capacities at home and in Indian embassies in different countries for 36 years before retiring as Foreign Secretary of India in 1994. Dixit is somewhat unique amongst his colleague after retirement, he emerged as one of the most thoughtful and analytical political columnists in India, writing in major leading Indian and foreign newspapers. He authored six books in six years after his retirement in 1994, dealing with his assignments in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka where he served as Ambassador. This is his 7th book which is a collection of the more important articles on foreign affairs and international relations, in addition to commentaries and essays on contemporary developments, the world over, over the last 5/6 years. This volume forms relevant reference material for scholars and academics in general and for those, interested in Indian foreign policy, in particular. Contents:- Preface • Introduction • Part-I : INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY • India's Foreign Policy-An Overview • Challenges Facing India's Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy: National Security Concerns • India-A Candidate for UN Security Council • Part-II : INDIA’S NEIGHBOURS • Pakistan: India's Most Important Neighbour • An Analysis of Domestic Political Factors in Pakistan Affecting Pakistan's India Policies • Musharraf-Vajpayee Summit: Perspective and Prospects • Anti-Indian Pak Moves on Human Right-Post-Geneva Prospects • Indo-Bangladesh Relations-Need for Better Handling • Sino-Indian Relations-An Overview • Sino-Indian Relations: Slow Down in Momentum • The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmjas of India • The Tragedies of Sri Lanka: Uncertain Prospects • Indo-Nepalese Relations-Significance of G.P. Koirala's Visit • Developments in Nepal-Tragedy Compounded by Political Uncertainties • India and Myanmar-A Crucial Relationship • Regional Fora: ASEAN and SAARC • Index. The Title 'India's Foreign Policy and Its Neighbours written/authored/edited by J.N. Dixit, Ifs', published in the year 2012. The ISBN 9788121207263 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 364 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is International Studies. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121207263

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Item Description: Gyan. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. Contents : Preface. Introduction. I. India's Foreign Policy : 1. India's foreign policy - an overview. 2. Challenges facing India's foreign policy. 3. India's foreign policy : national security concerns. 4. India-a candidate for US security council. II. India's neighbours : 5. Pakistan : India's most important neighbour. 6. An analysis of domestic political factors in Pakistan affecting Pakistan's India policies. 7. Musharraf- Vajpayee summit : perspective and prospects. 8. Anti-Indian Pak moves on human rights-post-Geneva prospects. 9. Indo-Bangladesh relations-need for better handling. 10. Sino-Indian relations-an overview. 11. Sino-Indian relations : slow down in momentum. 12. The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmas of India. 13. The tragedies of Sri Lanka : uncertain prospects. 14. Indo- Nepalese relations-significance of G.P. Koirala's visit. 15. Developments in Nepal-tragedy compounded by political uncertainties. 16. India and Myanmar-a crucial relationship. 17. Regional for a : ASEAN and SAARC. Index. " The book in a manner is a sequel to his book "Across Borders" It is a collection of his articles on foreign affairs and India's foreign policy orientations, covering the period from 1994 to the summer of 2001. The relevance of the book is that its contents analyze events as they occurred over the last seven years or so and assess their implications in regional political terms and in terms of their impact on India's interests.The articles are underpinned by his 36-year long experience as an Indian diplomat who held positions of significance and high responsibilities. 363 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 37738

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Dr. S. K. Shah

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Item Description: Alpha Editions, India, 2017. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The changing scenarios in the India s neighbourhood and in the global order over the past decade have made India to take a close look at her national interests. The bipolar world has given way to a non-polar world in which several new powers have emerged. India has to formulate policy options about her foreign and security policies. The policy makers have to think about India s relations with some of the important countries in her immediate neighbourhood, develop plausible scenarios for each of them, and propose options for consideration by the concern authorities. The Indian policymakers will have to think about the likely challenges and the opportunities that may emerge within next ten years. India s foreign policy has always regarded the concept of neighbourhood as one of widening concentric circles, around a central axis of historical and cultural commonalities. The guiding principles of India s Foreign Policy have been founded on Panchsheel, pragmatism and pursuit of national interest. In a period of rapid and continuing change, foreign policy must be capable of responding optimally to new challenges and opportunities. India has formal diplomatic relations with most nations, as the world s second most populous country, the world s most-populous democracy and one of the fastest growing major economies in the world. With the world s tenth largest military expenditures, tenth largest economy by nominal rates and third largest by purchasing power parity; India is a regional power, and a potential Superpower. It is India s growing international influence that increasingly gives it a more prominent voice in global affairs. Narendra Modi took the oath of office as India s 14th prime minister. Among his first decisions as head of government - in fact, it was set in motion even before the formal start of his tenure - was an unconventional act of diplomacy: inviting eight foreign leaders of neighbouring countries to attend his inauguration. While many commentators claimed before his election that Modi would be a nationalist hardliner, a foreign affairs novice, or simply more of the same on external affairs, the prime minister instead proved more active and (perhaps less surprisingly) more pragmatic than many had expected. In two years, Modi has displayed an instinctive understanding of power in the conduct of world affairs, and he has also benefited from being less politically hamstrung than his predecessor Manmohan Singh, with whose worldview he in fact shares much in common. This book contains the fundamental and basic information of the subject. Bookseller Inventory # APC9789386367501

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Item Description: KW Publishers, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. India’s engagement with Asia: contemporary issues and challenges/Shibashis Chatterjee. 2. Enablers of governance and institutions in Afghanistan/Saifullah Ahmadzai. 3. Political change in Bhutan and its impact on regional stability in South Asia/Mathew Joseph C. 4. ‘Naya Nepal’: governance and institutions/Anjoo Sharan Upadhyaya. 5. Polarisation of society in Nepal and its impact/Shreedhar Gautam. 6. Foreign policy challenges for Pakistan/Salma Malik. 7. Civil-military dynamics in Pakistan/Rana Banerji. 8. Globalisation and trade cooperation in south Asia: towards a new regionalism?/Delwar Hossain. 9. South Asia: current trends in transition and emerging outlooks/Jayadeva Uyangoda. 10. SAARC’s role in regional cooperation/Tika Jung Thapa and Shreedhar Gautam. 11. India’s trade and investment with BCIM countries/Indra Nath Mukherji and Subrata Kumar Behera. 12. Security and cooperation: SAARC, other regional groupings and initiatives/Sheel Kant Sharma. Developments in South Asia in the areas of democracy, political economy and security in the last couple of years are intriguing and raise questions about whether the region is on the road to transformation. The years 2013 and 2014, particularly, have been ‘years of transition’ in South Asia. Almost all South Asia countries have undergone political transitions with cascading effects. These elections are significant for South Asian countries because the region has witnessed political instability for a long period of time. The elections in South Asia generated the hope that the most un-integrated region may become interdependent after coming up of new sets of political heads. These developments in the region have an influence on India’s foreign policy and also mould its domestic politics; and vice-versa. India’s policy towards individual countries also has a decisive impact on the pace of on-going political transitions in a number of spheres: civil-military relations, foreign policy of individual countries, socio-political and economic dynamics and nature of governance. These transitions reflect the nature, behaviour and response of the transitory states towards the others. India, as an important stakeholder in the region is keenly observing these transitions in its neighbourhood. This book titled: Transitions and Interdependence: India and Its Neighbours is the outcome of serious deliberations among well known scholars, diplomats and policy makers at the Fifth Asian Relations Conference organised by the Indian Council of World Affairs in collaboration with the Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies in February 2014. Papers presented in the conference have been thoroughly revised before publication and the editors acknowledge with gratitude theses insightful contributions. Bookseller Inventory # 115961

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Dr. S. K. Shah

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Item Description: Alpha Editions, India, 2017. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The changing scenarios in the India s neighbourhood and in the global order over the past decade have made India to take a close look at her national interests. The bipolar world has given way to a non-polar world in which several new powers have emerged. India has to formulate policy options about her foreign and security policies. The policy makers have to think about India s relations with some of the important countries in her immediate neighbourhood, develop plausible scenarios for each of them, and propose options for consideration by the concern authorities. The Indian policymakers will have to think about the likely challenges and the opportunities that may emerge within next ten years. India s foreign policy has always regarded the concept of neighbourhood as one of widening concentric circles, around a central axis of historical and cultural commonalities. The guiding principles of India s Foreign Policy have been founded on Panchsheel, pragmatism and pursuit of national interest. In a period of rapid and continuing change, foreign policy must be capable of responding optimally to new challenges and opportunities. India has formal diplomatic relations with most nations, as the world s second most populous country, the world s most-populous democracy and one of the fastest growing major economies in the world. With the world s tenth largest military expenditures, tenth largest economy by nominal rates and third largest by purchasing power parity; India is a regional power, and a potential Superpower. It is India s growing international influence that increasingly gives it a more prominent voice in global affairs. Narendra Modi took the oath of office as India s 14th prime minister. Among his first decisions as head of government - in fact, it was set in motion even before the formal start of his tenure - was an unconventional act of diplomacy: inviting eight foreign leaders of neighbouring countries to attend his inauguration. While many commentators claimed before his election that Modi would be a nationalist hardliner, a foreign affairs novice, or simply more of the same on external affairs, the prime minister instead proved more active and (perhaps less surprisingly) more pragmatic than many had expected. In two years, Modi has displayed an instinctive understanding of power in the conduct of world affairs, and he has also benefited from being less politically hamstrung than his predecessor Manmohan Singh, with whose worldview he in fact shares much in common. This book contains the fundamental and basic information of the subject. Bookseller Inventory # APC9789386367501

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GORDON, SANDY & HENNINGHAM, STEPHEN (Eds)

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Bhattacharya, Rakhee

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Item Description: ABD, Jaipur, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. India's political history. 2. India's neighbours and their history. 3. India's foreign policy after independence. 4. Non align movement and SAARC. 5. India's relations with its neighbours. 6. India's Foreign Policy in new millennium. 7. India as an emerging superpower. 8. Foreign policy of India's neighbouring countries. 9. Various world organization influencing Indian foreign policy. Index. This book goes in depth on different aspects of India's foreign policy. Starting from the Nehru era this book not only presents decade wise policy changes in India with respect to different countries but also gives a brief analysis of India's neighbouring countries with special emphasis on China and Pakistan. The changes in world economy and effect of globalisation has forced many countries to change their policies and so is the case with India. In the recent past India's foreign policy has also seen many changes and this book traces all these changes. Various world organisations also put pressure on a country's foreign policy. A special chapter has been given inside about important organisations. Though foreign policy is such a vast subject that it can not be put in a single book but we have tried sincerely to give the readers maximum knowledge on India's foreign policy and its neighbours. 268 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 66290

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Dr. S. K. Shah

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