Table of Content:-
PART-I : FOREIGN POLICIES OF MAJOR POWERS
1. The Nature of Foreign Policy 2. Cold War (1947-1989)—The Setting And Course of Post—1945 : International Relations 3. Foreign Policy of The United States of America 4. Foreign Policy of the Former Soviet Union and The Russian Federation 5. Foreign Policy of Britain (U.K.) 6. Foreign Policy of the People’s Republic of China 7. Foreign Policy of Japan.
PART-II : INDIA’S FOREIGN POLICY
1. Foreign Policy of India 2. India and Her Difficult and Distant Neighbours : China and Pakistan 3. India and Her other South Asian Neighbours 4. India’s Relations with two SuperPowers—USA And Russia 5. India’s Relations with Other Great Powers : Britain, Japan and European Union 6. India’s Relations with Different Regions of Asia 7. India and The Indian Ocean 8. India’s Policy on Disarmament and Arms Control 9. India and The United Nations 10. India and the IMF and the World Bank 11. India and Universal Declaration of Human Rights 12. Problem of Global Warming and India 13. Globalisation and India 14. International Terrorism and India.
The authors of this book are Dr.Prakash Chandra. Dr.Prakash Chandra is a former reader and HOD of Political Science at B.S.M (PG) College, Roorkee.
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