India and the Contemporary International System: Theory, Policy and Structure

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Mattoo, A., & Jacob, H. (Eds.). (2014). India and the contemporary international system: Theory, policy and structure. New Delhi: Manohar & Distributors.

There is a dearth of comprehensive works on India’s Foreign Policy outlook in the post-cold war era. Thus, this book aims to fill this gap in the discipline of international politics. The focus of the book is not so much about what has changed for India, but how India has adapted or responded to the changes around it. The volume aims to produce important theoretical insights on Indian foreign policy and it also analyses the various aspects and implications of India’s desire for greater global influence.

ISBN 978-93-5098-038-5

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