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This International Handbook gives an overview of India’s international relations, given the development of India as a major economic power in the world, and the growing interest in the impact of Asia on the international system in the future. Edited by David Scott of Brunel University, and with chapters written by a variety of experts, the Handbook of India’s International Relations offers an up-to-date, unbiased and comprehensive resource to academics, students of international relations, business people, media professionals and the general reader.
Preface David Scott 1 National "aspirations" of a rising power Chris Ogden 2 India’s "strategic culture" Harsh Pant 3 India’s "power" attributes Sreeram Chaulia 4 Geopolitics for India Robert Stewart-Ingersoll and Derrick Frazier 5 Geoeconomics and energy for India Gulshan Sachdeva 6 India’s relations with Pakistan David Scott 7 India’s relations with the Himalayan States Satish Kumar 8 India’s relations with Bangladesh Harsh Pant 9 India’s relations with Sri Lanka Brian Orland 10 India’s relations with Afghanistan Raghav Sharma 11 India’s role in "regional" integration David Scott 12 Looking East 1: Southeast Asia and ASEAN Anindya Batabyal 13 Looking East 2: East Asia and Australasia/Oceania Walter Ladwig III 14 Looking South: Indian Ocean James Holmes 15 Looking West 1: Iran and the Gulf Mukund Narvenkar 16 Looking West 2: Beyond the Gulf P.R. Kumaraswamy 17 Looking West 3: Africa Ajay Dubey 18 Looking North: Central Asia and the SCO Emilian Kavalski 19 India’s relations with Russia Gulshan Sachdeva 20 India’s relations with the European Union Rajendra K. Jain 21 India’s Relations with China Harsh Pant 22 India’s relations with the United States David Scott 23 India and its Diaspora Ajay Dubey 24 India and international terrorism Arpint Anant 25 India and the United Nations Sreeram Chaulia 26 India and nuclear weapons Chris Ogden 27 India and climate change Uttam Kumar Sinha 28 India and outer space S. Vijayasekhara Reddy Postscript David Scott