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India's Foreign Policy And Its Neighbours

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ISBN: 9788121207263    Publisher: Gyan Publishing House Year of publishing: 2012     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 364        Language: English
Description About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, former Foreign Secretary of India, is one of the most distinguished members of the Indian Foreign Service. Born in 1936 and educated at Delhi, he joined the diplomatic...Read more
Description About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, former Foreign Secretary of India, is one of the most distinguished members of the Indian Foreign Service. Born in 1936 and educated at Delhi, he joined the diplomatic service in 1958. He served in different capacities at home and in Indian embassies in different countries for 36 years before retiring as Foreign Secretary of India in 1994. Dixit is somewhat unique amongst his colleague after retirement, he emerged as one of the most thoughtful and analytical political columnists in India, writing in major leading Indian and foreign newspapers. He authored six books in six years after his retirement in 1994, dealing with his assignments in Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sri Lanka where he served as Ambassador. This is his 7th book which is a collection of the more important articles on foreign affairs and international relations, in addition to commentaries and essays on contemporary developments, the world over, over the last 5/6 years. This volume forms relevant reference material for scholars and academics in general and for those, interested in Indian foreign policy, in particular.Contents:- Preface • Introduction • Part-I : INDIA'S FOREIGN POLICY • India's Foreign Policy-An Overview • Challenges Facing India's Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy: National Security Concerns • India-A Candidate for UN Security Council • Part-II : INDIA'S NEIGHBOURS • Pakistan: India's Most Important Neighbour • An Analysis of Domestic Political Factors in Pakistan Affecting Pakistan's India Policies • Musharraf-Vajpayee Summit: Perspective and Prospects • Anti-Indian Pak Moves on Human Right-Post-Geneva Prospects • Indo-Bangladesh Relations-Need for Better Handling • Sino-Indian Relations-An Overview • Sino-Indian Relations: Slow Down in Momentum • The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmjas of India • The Tragedies of Sri Lanka: Uncertain Prospects • Indo-Nepalese Relations-Significance of G.P. Koirala's Visit • Developments in Nepal-Tragedy Compounded by Political Uncertainties • India and Myanmar-A Crucial Relationship • Regional Fora: ASEAN and SAARC • Index.About The Book:- The Book In A Manner Is A Sequel To His Book "Across Borders". It Is A Collection Of His Articles On Foreign Affairs And India's Foreign Policy Orientations, Covering The Period From 1994 To The Summer Of 2001. The Relevance Of The Book Is That Its Contents Analyze Events As They Occurred Over The Last Seven Years Or So And Assess Their Implications In Regional Political Terms And In Terms Of Their Impact On India's Interests. The Articles Are Underpinned By His 36-Year Long Experience As An Indian Diplomat Who Held Positions Of Significance And High Responsibilities. They Have The Additional Quality Of His Keen Sense Of Observation, His Clear Perceptions Of National Interests And His Precise Sense Of National Priorities In The Spheres Of India's External Relations Ad Security Concerns. The Book Will Undoubtedly Be A Valuable Reference Source For Scholars And Researchers Dealing With India's Foreign Policy., About The Author:- J.N. Dixit, Former Foreign Secretary Of India, Is One Of The Most Distinguished Members Of The Indian Foreign Service. Born In 1936 And Educated At Delhi, He Joined The Diplomatic Service In 1958. He Served In Different Capacities At Home And In Indian Embassies In Different Countries For 36 Years Before Retiring As Foreign Secretary Of India In 1994. Dixit Is Somewhat Unique Amongst His Colleague After Retirement, He Emerged As One Of The Most Thoughtful And Analytical Political Columnists In India, Writing In Major Leading Indian And Foreign Newspapers. He Authored Six Books In Six Years After His Retirement In 1994, Dealing With His Assignments In Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Pakistan And Sri Lanka Where He Served As Ambassador. This Is His 7Th Book Which Is A Collection Of The More Important Articles On Foreign Affairs And International Relations, In Addition To Commentaries And Essays On Contemporary Developments, The World Over, Over The Last 5/6 Years. This Volume Forms Relevant Reference Material For Scholars And Academics In General And For Those, Interested In Indian Foreign Policy, In Particular., Content:- Preface • Introduction • Part-I : India'S Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy-An Overview • Challenges Facing India's Foreign Policy • India's Foreign Policy: National Security Concerns • India-A Candidate For Un Security Council • Part-Ii : India'S Neighbours • Pakistan: India's Most Important Neighbour • An Analysis Of Domestic Political Factors In Pakistan Affecting Pakistan's India Policies • Musharraf-Vajpayee Summit: Perspective And Prospects • Anti-Indian Pak Moves On Human Right-Post-Geneva Prospects • Indo-Bangladesh Relations-Need For Better Handling • Sino-Indian Relations-An Overview • Sino-Indian Relations: Slow Down In Momentum • The Sri Lankan Crisis-Dilemmjas Of India • The Tragedies Of Sri Lanka: Uncertain Prospects • Indo-Nepalese Relations-Significance Of G.P. Koirala's Visit • Developments In Nepal-Tragedy Compounded By Political Uncertainties • India And Myanmar-A Crucial Relationship • Regional Fora: Asean And Saarc • Index.
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