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Contemporary Debates in Indian Foreign and Security Policy
by:Harsh V. Pant
As a consequence of India's attempts to carve out a foreign policy that is in sync with its rising stature in the international system, the country is dealing with a range of issues that are controversial but central to the future of Indian global strategy. These include India's relations with the US; the idea of a strategic triangle involving Russia,...
As a consequence of India's attempts to carve out a foreign policy that is in sync with its rising stature in the international system, the country is dealing with a range of issues that are controversial but central to the future of Indian global strategy. These include India's relations with the US; the idea of a strategic triangle involving Russia, China, and India; India's nuclear doctrine and its impact on emerging civil-military relations; India's position on the ballistic missile defense system; India's relations with Iran and Israel; and India's quest for energy security. On almost all these issues an intense debate exists in the Indian polity and the strategic community: how this debate resolves itself will in many ways determine the direction of Indian foreign policy for years to come.
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