Indian Foreign Policy: Challenges and Opportunities

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Academic Foundation, 2007 - Political Science - 1149 pages
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"There are many issues and considerations in the realm of foreign policy making which seldom come up for debate or discussion. In this book, we have tried to capture many nuances of policy making and implementation which will help implementing policy in the years to come." --Atish Sinha, coeditor   Containing authoritative analyses from 50 experts on foreign policy, this collection of essays shares the development of India's political, diplomatic, socio-economic, scientific, and technological advancements that establish it as a major world power. The foreign affairs analysts, scholars, and diplomats invited by the government of India to write chapters for this book have provided topical insights into current developments and have presented long-term perspectives regarding the challenges and opportunities in the new millennium and how they will affect global affairs.    
 

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Contents

II
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IV
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V
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VIII
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IX
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XXXV
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XXXVI
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XXXVII
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XXXVIII
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XLI
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\The Foreign Service Institute, New Delhi, offers professional courses for diplomats from around the world and has cooperative programs with countries in Asia, Europe, Africa, North America, and South America.

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