Indian Foreign Affairs Journal

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 1, January-March

Chinese Naval Presence in the Indian Ocean Region
The maritime activity of Chinese PLA-Navy (PLAN) and its mounting forays into the Indian Ocean-the third largest water body in the world - should be considered a long term challenge to the normative notion of the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) being India's...
Diplomatic Dimension of Maritime Challenges for India in the 21st Century
Yogendra Kumar, Diplomatic Dimension of Maritime Challenges for India in the 21st Century, (New Delhi, Pentagon Press, 2015), Pages: 272, Price: Rs 995.00Political leaders, journalists and scholars disagree when it comes to interpreting the defining...
Emerging Contours of Space Security: Options for India
Space age began more than half a century ago - 59 years ago to be precise - when the former Soviet Union put the first man made satellite, Sputnik 1, into a low earth orbit on Saturday, 5 October 1957. Sputnik 1 was a football sized sphere, and was launched...
Future Trajectory of Sino- Indian Relations *
Since Prime Minister Modi assumed office in May 2014, there has been considerable forward movement in relations between India and China. However, the ambiguity about the Chinese aims of OBOR, the ramifications of 'China- Pakistan Economic Corridor' (CPEC)...
India and Africa: Common Security Challenges for the Next Decade
Ruchita Beri (ed.), India and Africa: Common Security Challenges for the Next Decade, (New Delhi, Pentagon Press, 2016), Pages 150, Price: Rs. 595.00India and Africa recognise security as essential for long term progress and sustainable development....
India and the Oceania: Exploring Vistas for Cooperation
Pankaj K. Jha, India and the Oceania: Exploring Vistas for Cooperation (New Delhi: ICWA / Pentagon Press, 2016) Pages: 248, Price: 795.00The end of the Cold War has challenged the basic tenets of the 'Westphalian' national and international systems,...
India-China Relation: Enhancing Engagement Promises Better Future
India-China relations have always been complex, and predicting their future is fraught with dangers. Breakthroughs could drive it in a positive direction, and breakdowns - like what happened just before Premier Li Keqiang's visit in 2013 - as well as...
India-China Relations: Need for Intensive Dialogue on Core Issues
The future trajectory of India and China, the two big countries in Asia, is difficult to predict, especially as these two have been 'simultaneously rising' in the last few decades and knocking at the gates of global and regional power structures. The...
India-Myanmar Relations: Changing Contours
Rajiv Bhatia, India-Myanmar Relations: Changing Contours, (New Delhi: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2015), Pages: 257, Price: Rs. 895.00Burma was forcibly retired behind a bamboo curtain by Ne Win and the army when it lost democracy in 1962....
Indo-Pacific: Emerging Powers, Evolving Regions and Global Governance
D. Gopal and Dalbir Ahlawat, eds., Indo-Pacific: Emerging Powers, Evolving Regions and Global Governance (New Delhi, Aakar, 2016), Pages: 319, Price, Rs.995.The compendium under review has been edited by D. Gopal and Dalbir Singh, pioneers in the studies...
Joint Statement Issued during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Visit to China - May 15, 2015 1
1. H.E. Mr. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of the Republic of India, is currently paying an official visit to China at the invitation of H.E. Mr. Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China. Prime Minister Modi called on...
Multi-Party Democracy in the Maldives and the Emerging Security Environment in the Indian Ocean Region
Anand Kumar, Multi-Party Democracy in the Maldives and the Emerging Security Environment in the Indian Ocean Region, (New Delhi, Pentagon Press, 2016), Pages: xi + 192, Price: 795.00Maldives has been in the news for quite some time due to continuous...
The Role of Media in Promoting Regional Understanding in South Asia
Priyanka Singh (ed.), The Role of Media in Promoting Regional Understanding in South Asia (New Delhi, Pentagon Press, 2016), Pages: xxxi + 256, Price: Rs 995.00In both democratic and non-democratic forms of governance, the media plays a significant role....
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