Foreign policy, international economic and diplomatic relations are of immense value for every nation-state forits very survival and economic prosperity amidst the comity of nations. In fact, many crucial factors are responsible for shaping the foreign policy, which become obsolete with the passage of time and contemporary new factors emerge for the same. The essays contained herein present the dynamics of Indian Foreign Policy since Independence onwards. All salient features and events are touched and explained. This book consists of five articles which highlight the major issues mainly responsible for shaping the foreign policy of India, namely: Role of National Intrest in the Formulation of India's International Relations; Nehru's Foreign Policy; Indira Gandhi's Foreign Policy, Foreign Policy of the Janta Government: A Case of Continuity and Change; India's Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era; etc.