Description - Indian Foreign Policy in a Unipolar World by Harsh V. Pant
India's foreign policy, out of the structural confines of the Cold War strategic framework, has become more expansive in defining its priorities over the last few years. With the rise of its economic and military capabilities and strategic interests, India has shaped a diplomacy that is much more aggressive in the pursuit of those interests. Tracing the trajectory of India's foreign policy in the 21st century, this book examines the factors that have shaped the Indian response towards this emerging international security environment. Including a new Afterword, this updated volume looks at the major influences that have shaped India's foreign policy in recent years, in the context of its engagements with strategically important regions across the globe, and its relations with major global powers. The volume will prove invaluable to those studying politics and international relations, diplomatic and political history, defence and military studies, and South Asian studies.
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Author Biography - Harsh V. Pant
Harsh V. Pant teaches at the Department of Defence Studies, King's College, London, and is also an Associate with the King's Centre for Science and Security, London. His current research is focused on Asia--Pacific security and defence issues, and has published in a number of academic journals and other publications across the world on these and related issues, including the Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Asia--Pacific Review, Asian Survey, Armed Forces and Society and Middle East Quarterly.