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Authored by: David Scott

Handbook of India’s International Relations

Print publication date:  May  2011
Online publication date:  May  2011

Print ISBN: 9781857435528
eBook ISBN: 9780203828861
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This Handbook was shaped during 2010, and presents something of a snapshot of how voices from inside and outside India perceive India’s presence in the international system. In retrospect, what is noticeable is the way in which economy-energy drivers, the stuff of the Manmohan Doctrine, crop up across the Handbook. What is also noticeable is the way in which China crops up not just in the specific chapter on the India-China bilateral relationship, but also in most of the chapters dealing with India’s immediate neighbourhood, extended neighbourhood, relations amongst global powers, and on global issues.

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