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  • ISBN: 0803991622
  • Category: Other
  • Author: H Kapur
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 1 edition (August 9, 1994)
  • Pages: 232 pages
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India's foreign policy, 1947-92. shadows and substance. Includes bibliographical references (p. -223) and index.

The History of Indian foreign policy refers to the foreign relations of modern India post independence that is Dominion and Republic of India. Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, usually with the assistance of Krishna Menon, shaped Indians foreign-policy.

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Chapter 11 1. See, in this context, Harish Kapur, India’s Foreign Policy 1947–92: Shadows and Substance (New . See, in this context, Harish Kapur, India’s Foreign Policy 1947–92: Shadows and Substance (New Delhi: Sage, 1994), 22. 2. See, in this context, Dennis Kux. Chapter 11. 1. See, in this context, Dennis Kux, Estranged Democracies: India and the United States-1941–1991 (New Delhi: Sage, 1994), 208.

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India's Foreign Policy 1947–92: Shadows and Substance by Harish Kapur. India's Foreign Policy 1947–92: Shadows and Substance by Harish Kapur (pp. 239-241).

Kapur, Harish, India’s Foreign Policy, 1947-92 : Shadows and Substance, New Delhi, Sage Publications, 1994. 17. Lai, David (E., Global Perspectives : International Relations. Foreign Policy and the View from Abroad, London, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1997. 18. Mansingh, Lalit, Venkatraman, . Lahiri, Dilip, Dikshit, . (Ed., Indian Foreign Policy : Agenda for the 21st Century, Volumes 1 and 2, New Delhi Konarak Publishers, 1997 and 1998.

India’s Foreign Policy : 1947-92 Shadows and Substance, New Delhi, sage publication 1994. India in World Affairs, 1950-53, Delhi, Oxford University Press, 1954. Emerging Trends in International Relations, Jaipur, Pointer Publication, 1999. Katyal, G. and Bhushan . SAARC Challenges before New Millennium, New Delhi, . Publishing Corporation, 2002. Ambassadors need not lie, New Delhi, Lancers International, 1989. External Compulsion in South Asian Politics, New Delhi, Sage Publication, 1993.

"The book which is an excellent exposition, has to be read critically and thoughtfully by our ambassadors, counsellors and others charged with directional changes in India′s foreign policy as it portrays the profile from 1947 to 1992 and shifts the paradigm from political diplomacy to economic diplomacy by way of prognosis so as to project India′s image with a sophisticated understanding of India′s foreign policy." -USI Journal "This book rightly brings into focus the basic change in India′s foreign policy from the initial years - a change which has made India more a regional actor than a world actor. It also rightly points out that with the decise of the Soviet Union, the globalization of the Indian economy may lead to the erosion of the independent character of India′s foreign policy." --Asian Affairs "The author has made the best use of his opportunity and produced a sharply etched and crisply turned analysis, devoid of all verbosity. Such an exercise, by definition, entails a thorough and perceptive understanding of the ground realities. Nothing could be a happier end-product for the reader." --Economic and Political Weekly "This book strikes a special niche for itself in the limited literature on the subject, owing to the unique structure adopted by the author to narrate developments in foreign affairs of India from 1947 to 1992, and to identify substance from shadows. Books so far have dealt either exclusively with substantive issues in foreign policy or exclusively on the process of foreign policy making. But Professor Kapur has co-relatively combined two areas of interest of every student of Indian foreign policy/policy and process. . . . This book is useful not only for students and teachers of Indian foreign policy but also to policy makers and the general public as well." --Indian Book Chronicle National security. Modernization. Regional primacy. The country′s role in the international order. What elements in the decision-making process have governed India′s views and actions with regard to these four central sections of its foreign policy? Defining and analyzing these subjects within the historical constructs that have emerged since 1947, the author begins by establishing and evaluating the relative importance of India′s policy objectives. Kapur next correlates these objectives to the changes witnessed since they were set, examining both domestic and international factors that have contributed to these changes. Combining a variety of approaches and methodologies, this comprehensive study of foreign policy evolution and function will interest a wide cross-section of readers; scholars of foreign affairs and international studies, diplomats, journalists, and politicians will all appreciate this valuable resource "This is an eminently readable and important work that ought to be consulted by students of Indian foreign policy." -Contemporary Southeast Asia "Kapur′s book has much to offer to students, journalists, and practicing--even retired--diplomats." -Deccan Herald "In this short book [the author] has provided a sound analysis under four heads; security, development, regional hegemony and the search for an international role." -The Book Review

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