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This book provides an incisive look at how India has reworked its relations with major powers–notably its new rapports with the United States and post-Soviet Russia–to become a crossin contributor in international affairs. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Dilip Kumar marked it as to-read Apr 15, Open Preview See a Problem?
Raja Mohan’s Crossing the Rubicon is not, however, about moments of legislative cacophony and confusion. Written in elegant prose, Crossing the Rubicon presents valuable insights into India’s international strategy in a rapidly changing world where its ambitions are increasingly becoming enmeshed with the requirements of economic globalization.
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Mohan, Professor of South Asian Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, examines the reworking of India’s relations with the major powers at the turn crossung the twenty-first century. Description In “Crossing the Rubicon “C. June 26, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. India was a reactive power, when the world impinged on it, India put up its sharp quills to ward off the threats.
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Other editions – View all Crossing the Rubicon: Refresh and try again. My only gripe with the book is that, there are several repetitions. Raja Mohan has addressed an important lacuna in the literature. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Visit our Beautiful Rubocon page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Sandeep Kosaraju rated it really liked it Oct 05, Published February 21st by Palgrave Macmillan first published January Mohan No preview available – Review quote “This book offers an outstanding exposition of India’s foreign policy adaptation since the end of the Cold War.
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Crossing the Rubicon: The Shaping of India’s New Foreign Policy
Exploring India’s renewed foreign policy from the s through the nuclear tests of the s to its current strategy, Mohan The first chapter deals with the great gamble of conducting Nuclear tests may Thanks for telling us about the problem.
As pragmatism took root in New Delhi, India renewed its global engagement with a rare sense of purpose and self-confidence, and transformed its external relations.
The following are the 3 significant chapters in the book. Exploring India’s renewed foreign policy from the s through the nuclear tests of the s to its current strategy, Mohan looks at two crucial issues that account for this revolutionary change: What are the characteristics of India’s “journey from the uncertainties of the early s to a more self-assured diplomatic posture” by the turn of the century?
Raja Mohan gives a behind-the-scenes account of how India has grown from a peripheral player to a key participant at the top levels of global diplomacy. Amresh Kumar added it Apr 26, Sasha1 rated it liked it Apr 30,