Indian Foreign Policy


The Great Changeover

Edited and compiled by Pankaj Prasoon


Indian foreign policy is undergoing overall changeover necessitated by the changing geopolitical scenario. But it has old long affiliations and commitments. So it has to redefine and justify its new exalted position as regional power.
How its new role is functioning and bilateral relations are being affected. This new research monograph looks into these challenges in detail.

Issues covered:

Consolidating relations with sole superpower

Continuing Indo-Russian relations

Greater emphasis on Africa

Defining moments of Indo-EU relations

Birth pangs of a new quadrangle

Broadening horizons of Look East policy

Is NAM relevant?

India-NATO relations

India-Asean dialogue relations

Nuclear proliferation and South Asia

India-Pakistan relations: ground realities

Wonderful achievements of India’s economic diplomacy

MERCOSUR-India-SACU Trilateral Free Trade Area

India and GCC

Active defence diplomacy

Country-wise details of India’s bilateral relations

Technical details:

Font: Trebuchet MS 10 point
Size of paper: A-4
No. of pages-839
Paper used: Map litho
Full Rexene deluxe binding

ISBN: 81-87819-06-05, Price: (Overseas) —$300 per copy (India)-Rs. 4000 per copy First Edition, October, 2007