Viewpoint: Civilisation, Democracy and Foreign Policy

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Allied Publishers, 2009 - Asia - 343 pages
 

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Contents

Vision of India in the New Millennium
1
Evolution of Indias Foreign Policy
15
Challenges Facing India
28
Democracy and the Rule of Law 3 5
35
India Today and Tomorrow
41
Contemporary India Challenges and Opportunities
50
Towards the New Civilisation
64
Asia in the Contemporary World
70
An Asian Economic CommunityFor Greater
189
China and the Indian Ocean Region
196
Africa Today and Tomorrow
203
Implications for India and the World
212
The Right to Education in the Third Millennium
222
On Education
230
EducationThe Challenging Realities
234
A Demographic Future of India
240

India and Asia in the New Millennium
79
Arms Reduction
89
Nuclear Weapon Free
97
Paradigms of South Asian Cooperation The Media
103
Third Way and Emerging Countries
111
South Asia and the World
119
Cooperation in the South Asian Neighbourhood
126
Areas of Common Concern in the Asian Region 103
133
IndiaBangladesh Relations in the SAARC Spirit
143
India Looks East A Review and The Way Ahead
154
Social Democracy and Asia Today
163
Peace and Development
170
Global Ageing and the Role of South Asia
246
The Economic and Budgetary Implications of Global Ageing
255
Poverty and Human Rights
265
Gandhian Legacy and Socialist Ethics
275
Racism and Caste Based Discrimination
279
Culture Religion and Governance
286
Humane Governance
305
The Role of Think Tanks in PolicyMaking
313
State of IPRLaws
316
Vision for the 21st Century
323
InternationalTerrorismA Global Concern
328
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