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BC to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2020 – are autonomy and independence in decision making There are also four trends that we can trace messianic idealism realism isolationism and imperial influences – ideas that have competed with and complemented each other at various points in time As India pursues modernity and seeks to exercise influence in the contemporary world an examination of. 2 things to take away from this book are 1 India s Exceptionalism a special and uniue position of India throughout the history India thus at some point of time was a centre of globe and will be in future 2 Civilizational inheritance India being very old witness to the history of civilizationDiscussion around both of these dimensions when India is aiming for the niche in global social economic and political landscape is astonishing as well as fascinating Date of publication is also very recent fois-gras-et-terrines four trends that we can trace messianic idealism realism isolationism and imperial influences – ideas that have competed with and complemented each other at various points in time As India pursues modernity and seeks to exercise influence in the contemporary world an examination of. 2 things to take away ruby-on-rails-desarrollo-pr-aacute-ctico-de-aplicaciones-web from this book are 1 India s Exceptionalism a special and uniue position of India throughout the history India thus at some point of time was a centre of globe and will be in the-school-trilogia-volume-3 future 2 Civilizational inheritance India being very old witness to the history of civilizationDiscussion around both of these dimensions when India is aiming nobili-parole-nobili-abusi for the niche in global social economic and political landscape is astonishing as well as manuel-de-math-eacute-matiques-cm2-cahier-d-exercices fascinating Date of publication is also very recent

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From Chanakya to Modi Evolution of India's Foreign Policy

The nation in the context of its history and tradition is crucial Aparna Pande’s From Chanakya to Modi explores the deeper civilizational roots of Indian foreign policy in a manner reminiscent of Walter Russel Mead’s groundbreaking Special Providence 2001 It identifies the neural roots of India’s engagement with the world outside An essential addition to every thinking person’s libra. The book provides a well rounded thematic account of schools of thought in India s approach to its foreign affairs Aparna Pande did a fantastic job of elucidating India s foreign policy choices both from a strategic planning Both Individual and Institutional and execution Bureaucracy point of views It s a well written and an easy read focussed mainly on underlying and broad principles guiding the actions of the country in its external engagements with the world Two ideas appear to provide the core of continuity that runs through these decades and personalities first a self perception of Indian exceptionalism that is rooted in the civilizational pride of our country second an eagerness to cultivate simultaneous relationships with competing powers of the world without compromising on strategic autonomy fois-gras-et-terrines foreign policy in a manner reminiscent of Walter Russel Mead’s groundbreaking Special Providence 2001 It identifies the neural roots of India’s engagement with the world outside An essential addition to every thinking person’s libra. The book provides a well rounded thematic account of schools of thought in India s approach to its ruby-on-rails-desarrollo-pr-aacute-ctico-de-aplicaciones-web foreign affairs Aparna Pande did a the-school-trilogia-volume-3 fantastic job of elucidating India s nobili-parole-nobili-abusi foreign policy choices both manuel-de-math-eacute-matiques-cm2-cahier-d-exercices from a strategic planning Both Individual and Institutional and execution Bureaucracy point of views It s a well written and an easy read rest-why-you-get-more-done-when-you-work-less focussed mainly on underlying and broad principles guiding the actions of the country in its external engagements with the world Two ideas appear to provide the core of continuity that runs through these decades and personalities style-your-mind-a-workbook-and-lifestyle-guide-for-women-who-want-to-design-their-thoughts-empower-themselves-and-build-a-beautiful-life first a self perception of Indian exceptionalism that is rooted in the civilizational pride of our country second an eagerness to cultivate simultaneous relationships with competing powers of the world without compromising on strategic autonomy

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Foreign policy does not exist in a cultural vacuum It is shaped by national experience and a country’s view of itself In the case of India the foreign policy paradigm is as deeply informed by its civilizational heritage as it is by modern ideas about national interest The two concepts that come and go most freuently in Indian engagement with the world – from Chanakya in the third century. From Chanakya To ModiThe Evolution of India s Foreign PolicyAparna PandeyForeign Policy Administrationharpercollinsin Rating 45From Chanakya To Modi is crisp less than 200 page account one of the most acclaimed foreign policy pieces to he released in the recent pastThis book as obvious as the name suggests takes a chronological view of foreign policy from Chanakya aka Machiavelli of India ie third century BCE to the current policy actions of PM Narendra Modi along with a view from various prisms of the dynamic changes that occured throughout historyThe author has briefly discussed the root of India s strategy towards the world from ancient times through two consecutive imperialist regimes their imprints on the strategic culture of Independent IndiaOften democratic regimes are driven by father figure leaders who directly as individuals shape the strategic policies of the nation Ms Pandey has lucidly walked us through the influences of numerous PMs that often kept foreign policy decision making to themselves with minimal role to the MEA from Pandi Nehru Indira Doctrine Rajiv Gandhi the Gujral Doctrine to Vajpayeeji and now Modi has nicely captured this centralised trait in India discusses it s ramifications on national policiesThere is also an important chapter on the Institutions that are responsible for foreign affairs their evolution with diminishing importanceMs Pandey also sheds light upon the self acclaimed Indian exceptionalism as a nation which is true as India has always stood out in it s approach from heralding the wave of Independence struggles in the 50s and 60s and the Non Alignment movement alongwith other international stancesThe author is very objective balanced to the point in her analysis with neither critical nor laudatory of all the policies and strategiesThe book could have helped a lot if Ms Pandey had shed specific light on prime issues that challenge IndiaMs Pandey ends on a mixed note stating that India s history is an asset as well a burden and needs to find new ways out of the existing hubris


6 thoughts on “From Chanakya to Modi Evolution of India's Foreign Policy

  1. says:

    From Chanakya To ModiThe Evolution of India's Foreign PolicyAparna PandeyForeign Policy Administrationharpercollinsin Rating 45From Chanakya To Modi is crisp less than 200 page account one of the most acclaimed foreign policy pieces to he released in the recent pastThis book as obvious as the name suggests takes a chronological view of forei

  2. says:

    2 things to take away from this book are 1 India's Exceptionalism; a special and uniue position of India throughout the history India thus at some point of time was a centre of globe and will be in future 2 Civilizational inheritance; India be

  3. says:

    The book provides a well rounded thematic account of schools of thought in India's approach to its foreign affairs Aparna Pande did a fantastic job of elucidating India's foreign policy choices both from a strategic planni

  4. says:

    Insightful Good narrative and insight into how indian foreign policy has held its continuity and change since independenc

  5. says:

    Interesante punto de vista a la política exterior de India dando cuenta de sus posibilidades y limitaciones para convertirse en un actor importante en el sistema internacional

  6. says:

    Insightful HelpfulDr Aparna Pande has undergone vigorous research and applied much thought to this book and given the reader a thorough backdrop of India’s Foreign Policy Only one comment if I may it was a tad bit repetitive in places But well done

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