This book analyses Iran’s foreign policy in order to better assess its relations with India and the factors that are propelling the two nations closer. In a region susceptible to power plays, how far can India-Iran partnership go?
This book will be of interest to scholars of International Relations, Iranian Politics and Iranian Foreign Policy.
Please note: Taylor & Francis does not sell or distribute the Hardback in India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Iran’s Foreign Policy: History, Geo-politics and Diplomacy as Determiners 2. Iran and the United States of America 3. The Conundrum: Iran’s Relations with Regional Powers 4. Power and Rivalry: Iran and the Arab World 5. Iran’s Complex Relations with Afghanistan and Pakistan 6. Prospects and Progress: Iran’s Evolving Relationship with Russia and China 7. Iran’s Engagement with Central Asia and South Caucasus 8. Pivotal Geography: India and Iran Relations Present Realities
Anu Sharma is an Associate Fellow engaged in research on the West Asian region in the Centre for Air Power Studies, New Delhi.