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Foreign Policy of India: Continuity and Change / Pillai, Mohanan B. & Premashekhara, L.
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Foreign Policy of India: Continuity and Change
Pillai, Mohanan B. & Premashekhara, L.
 
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  Book ID : 37003
  ISBN-10 : 81-7708-243-4 / 8177082434
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7708-243-2 / 9788177082432
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2010
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xvii, 411p., Maps, Illus., 25 cm.
   
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Professing and practicing non-alignment has been the hallmark of India's foreign policy since Independence in 1947. The initiative for Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) - the biggest independent and informal association of countries on a sui generis basis - came from the nations of India, Yugoslavia, and Egypt, represented by the three statesmen Jawaharlal Nehru, Joseph Tito and Gamal Abdel Nasser respectively. From its modest beginnings at the Balgrade Conference in 1961 with a participation of 25 nations, the NAM has expanded to include 119 members at the Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt) Conference in July 2009.

The fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union ushered in a new era in Indian economy and polity and, consequently, in India's foreign policy. India unveiled the Look East policy in 1991. Today, East Asia (including Japan, China, South Korea, and ASEAN-is India's largest trading partner, ahead of the EU and the US.

India's foreign policy posture in recent years, particularly towards the region of West Asia and North Africa, has been a subject of intense debate. India's growing relationship with the US and Israel, and its lukewarm stand on the crisis in Iraq and the Iranian nuclear issue, are seen as a fundamental shift in the Indian foreign policy exercise. Critics have accused the succeeding Indian governments during the past two decades of abandoning its independent foreign policy, of deviating from Nehruvian national consensus in foreign policy matters, and towing the pro-American line. Others have argued that the radical shift in the orientation of Indian foreign policy, in terms of its pro-American tilt, bears the mark of realism and pragmatism that is dictated by the demands of globalization.

This book contains 28 scholarly papers that provide deep insights into the various dimensions of India's foreign policy, focusing on recent developments.

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