Security and Diplomacy: Essential Documents

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Arvind Gupta, Mukul Chaturvedi, Akshay Joshi
Manas Publications, Jan 1, 2004 - India - 548 pages
The Year 2003 Saw A Major Diversification Of India'S Ties - India And China Declared That They Are Not A Threat To Each Other , India Unveiled Its New Look East Policy And India, Brazil And South Africa Established A Trilateral Dialogue Forum. India Sought To Use Its Strengths In Information And Communication Technologies (Ict), Biotechnology And Human Resources To Improve Bilateral Relations And Emphasized The Need For Better Connectivity Through Transport Corridors . Various Un Resolutions On Iraq Reflected A Shift In Us Policy As It Got Bogged Down With Trying To Win The Peace . Nuclear Diplomacy Between The Eu And Iran Led To The Voluntary Suspension Of Uranium Enrichment By Iran. The Announcement Of The Quartet Roadmap ; Putin'S Courting Of The Oic Europe'S Quest For A Common Security Strategy , And Indo-Pak And Us-Un Confrontation At The Unga Also Makes Interesting Reading. The Book Contains The Most Important Documents And Speeches On Security And Diplomacy. It Is Hoped That The Book Will Prove Useful To Researchers, Analysts, And Student Of International Affairs.(Published In Collaboration With National Security Council Secretariat (Nscs), India)

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Press Release of the Cabinet Committee on Security on
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ASEANIndia Joint Declaration for Cooperation to
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IndiaBrazil
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