India and its Emerging Foreign Policy Challenges

India’s endeavour under Prime Minister Modi is to actively interact and cooperate with the international community and to promote India’s regional and global objectives. India has tried to deepen her engagements with the South Asian neighbours, as also built important strategic partnerships with U.S, Russia, Korea and Japan. There has been an upward trajectory in India’s Act East Policy, and her engagement with the Southeast Asian and East Asian countries has enlarged. In her Look West Policy, India is simultaneously, trying to balance her relationship with the Gulf nations and Israel. Thus, India is slowly expanded its diplomatic footprint and its outreach, to both, existing as well as new partners. 
This book is a joint effort by United Service Institution of India and Christ University, Bengaluru. It is a collection of views expressed by various scholars and experts on different issues faced by the India’s Emerging Foreign Policy.         

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  • Pages: 238
  • 9789386457745 • HARDBACK • Apr 2018 • Rs.995
  • 9789386457769 • EBOOK • May 2018 • Rs.595
  • Subjects: India's Foreign Policy
  • India and its Emerging Foreign Policy Challenges
author details

Dr Roshan Khanijo is a Senior Research Fellow and Research Co-coordinator at the Centre for Strategic Studies and Simulation (CS3), United Service Institution of India (USI), New Delhi. Her academic qualification includes BSc, MA and Ph.D. She is a strategic analyst. Her areas of focus are Security, Nuclear Issues, Indo-Pacific Region, Niche technologies and South Asia.

She has authored and edited books, monographs and occasional papers. Some of them are Complexities and Challenges of Nuclear India, Indo-Pacific Region Security Dynamics and Challenges, Nuclear Security Summit –The Challenge Continues, China’s Military Modernisation; etc. She was the editor of USI’s digital magazine ‘Strategic Perspective’ and is the Co-Editor of the USI Strategic Year Book.

She has been a panellist in number of national and international workshops/Seminars and presented paper in CIISS (China Institute for International Strategic Studies), Beijing, CICIR (China Institute of Contemporary International Relations) Beijing, Research Institute for National Security Affairs (RINSA), South Korea etc.

Dr. AnuragTripathi is Assistant Professor in Christ University Bengaluru, Karnataka. Earlier; he was Research Associate at the Institute for Conflict Management (ICM), New Delhi. He earned his MA, M. Phil and Ph.D. from School of International Studies (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). His doctoral thesis was focused on Kazakhstan-China Relations, 1991-2009.
 He has published widely and contributes articles in leading Journals, magazines and newspapers including Deccan Herald, Indian Outlook, Eurasian Review, South Asia Monitor, The Kashmir Telegraph, International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) Israel and New Age Islam. Dr. Tripathi specialises on politico-security and economic affairs of the South Asian and Central Asian region. 
His areas of interest include: Major power interests in Central Asia especially in the context of China’s rise; India’s Central Asia Policy and Security issues in South Asia.


India and its Emerging Foreign Policy Challenges
1. Introduction
Dr. Roshan Khanijo & Dr. Anurag Tripathi
2. Indo–Bangladesh Relations: Scaling New Heights
Dr. Binod Kumar Singh
3. Security Environment of Afghanistan: Implications for India
Dr. N. Koiremba Singh and Ms. Richa Dohgera
4. India–ASEAN Maritime Cooperation
Ms. Joshy M. Paul
5. The Major Irritants in Sino-Indian Relations: The Way Forward
Dr. Madhumati Deshpande and Ms. Apoorvi Mishra
6. India and China: Eying New Foreign Ports in Sri Lanka
Mr. Ramprasad P
7. Strategic Importance of Myanmar for India
Ms. Shivangi Shrivastava
8. The Changing Trajectory of the Indo–US Relations
Mr. Gaurav Kumar
9. India and Japan: Confluence of Strategic Interests
Cdr Subhasish Sarangi
10. India’s Nuclear Doctrine: It’s Features and Challenges with Respect to China and Pakistan
Mr. R.L. Abishek

Around The World
11. Geo Economics as a Strategy
Dr. Venugopal B. Menon and Mr. Paul Vargheze
12. Separatism and Struggle for Autonomy in Xinjiang
Dr. Sanchita Bhattacharya
13. Egypt’s Uncertain Future under President Al – Sisi’s Rule
P. Arun Teja
14. Countering China’s Legal Warfare during Territorial Disputes:
Doklam and South China Sea
Ms. Soundarya. J
Changing World and the Threat
15. The Impact of Climate Change on Natural Disasters in India
Ms. Bhavya A G
16. ISIS and India
Mr. Shantanu Roy-Chaudhury
17. The Need for Global Cyber Laws
Mr. Aditya G.S