||1. Introduction / Harsh V. Pant -- Part I. Theoretical Evolution : 2. Power and Indian Foreign Policy / Rohan Mukherjee -- 3. Constructivism and Indian Foreign Policy / Priya Chacko -- 4. Exploring Historical Memory and Indian Foreign Policy / Manjari Chatterjee Miller -- 5. A Doubled Geography: Geobody, Land and Sea in Indian Security Thought / Itty Abraham -- 6. Foreign Policy Analysis and Indian Foreign Policy / Harsh V. Pant and Avinash Paliwal -- Part II. Emerging Themes : 7. Non-Alignment and Beyond / Harsh V. Pant and Julie M. Super -- 8. India and Multilateralism: Concepts, New Trajectories and Theorizing / Arndt Michael -- 9. India and the Responsibility to Protect / Ian Hall -- 10. India and the Indo-Pacific Discourse / David Scott -- 11. India and Nuclear Deterrence / Rajesh Basrur -- 12. India and Its Diaspora / Latha Varadarajan.
||Since the Cold War, Indian foreign policy has witnessed a dramatic transformation. Through academic study of the subject has shown a degree of maturity, theoretical developments have been underwhelming. Scholars have introduced new concepts and examined Indian foreign policy through new prisms, but a cohesive research agenda has not yet been charted. This volume intends to fill that void. It brings together cutting-edge research at both theoretical and empirical levels with the aim of shaping the foreign policy discourse of one of the most important players in global politics--back cover.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages -285) and index.|
|Stock number||Library of Congress -- New Delhi Overseas Office|