Challenge and Strategy: Rethinking India's Foreign Policy
Challenge and Strategy is a book authored by Rajiv Sikri. The book is about India's political relations and affairs with...
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- Author Rajiv Sikri
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Challenge and Strategy is a book authored by Rajiv Sikri. The book is about India's political relations and affairs with foreign countries. It is a must have for people who are studying international relations and who wish to gain knowledge about the political and economic status of the country.
About Rajiv Sikri
Rajiv Sikri joined the Indian Foreign Services in 1970. He retired as the secretary of Ministry of External Affairs. He has been a consultant in the institute of South Asian studies, NUS in 2007-2008. India’s foreign policy titled Challenge and Strategy: Rethinking India’s Foreign Policy (Sage, New Delhi, 2009) is a book published by him which gained popularity for the kind of analysis that was made on India’s Foreign Relations.
The book under review is a good exposition of India’s foreign policy and its evolution in terms of political, economic and strategic depth…It is beautifully structured in thematic forms in dealing with India’s relations with individual countries. Important issues such as energy security, economic diplomacy, defence and diplomacy and India’s strategic choices are given separate treatment….The bibliography listed at the end of the book is impressive. In terms of production, compliments are due to SAGE. The language used in the book is devoid of jargon and makes for lucid reading. The book will be a valuable addition to knowledge.(India Quarterly)
Rajiv Sikri’s book on Indian foreign policy is a comprehensive and thoughtful analysis of the challenges facing Indian foreign policy…The strongest part of the book is the author’s analysis of India’s relationships with different countries, particularly the constraints that New Delhi faces in pursuing these relationships and in the lost opportunities to develop new paradigms…Sikri’s coverage of different countries, regions, and issues makes the book a valuable text book for someone seeking to understand the compulsions of Indian foreign policy…. [The book is] well researched, well written, and persuasively argued. (Peace and Conflict Studies)
With many out-of-the-box ideas and policy suggestions, the book makes a valuable contribution to the ongoing debate on foreign policy with India as the strategic country…the book can serve as an important source material for students of Indian politics, international relations and defence and strategic studies and for others interested in India’s foreign policy.
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