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1 Kanti P. Bajpai & Harsh V. Pant (Eds)
India's National Security: A Reader (Critical Issues in India)
Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 0198081758 / 9780198081753; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 496. 108791

Price: 22.00 USD
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2 Kanti P. Bajpai & Harsh V. Pant (Eds)
India’s Foreign Policy: A Reader (Critical Issues in India)
Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 019808174X / 9780198081746; Hardcover; New; New; 
In this timely volume, two leading experts on India`s foreign policy bring together essays written over the last 15 years by eminent scholars and practitioners that challenge commonly held perceptions of India`s external relations. The volume explores several myths about the country`s foreign policy?that it lacks a strategic culture; that it is formulated without any clearly discernible guiding principles; and that it is largely idealistic in its orientation. The reader provides incisive insights into key features of India`s foreign policy. It also traces through the changes that the country has undergone over the years and highlights contemporary policy challenges. Divided into four sections, India`s Foreign Policy analyses India`s thinking on its strategic culture and its conception of how to deal with the world; its power and foreign policy infrastructure; its external relationships with major countries; and, finally, its global diplomacy on climate change and its approach to the World Trade Organization. Printed Pages: 464. 108790

Price: 22.42 USD
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3 Kanti P. Bajpai
Roots of Terrorism
Penguin; New Delhi, India; 2002; 0143028138 / 9780143028130; First Edition; Paperback; New; New; 
The events of 11 September in New York and 13 December in New Delhi marked the high points of terrorism. But India’s experience with it goes back two decades. In this essay, Bajpai examines the volatile situation in the borderlands of Kashmir, Punjab and the Northeast, while drawing comparisons with leftist insurgency, communal riots, and caste wars elsewhere. How should we think about terrorist violence? Why has India been the object of terrorism from separatist groups in Kashmir, Punjab, and the Northeast? Have external influences played a role in supporting this? How has the Indian government responded to secessionist violence? These are some of the concerns the author explores here, as he seeks an identifiable set of factors that account for terrorism. Dwelling on how this violence can be combated, Bajpai discusses in detail the case of Kashmir. He argues convincingly about the impracticality of the military option, including war, and the futility of using limited force, as in policing, without commitment to a credible political process, namely free and fair elections. In this forceful and timely essay he not only calls for measured governmental action, but also places responsibility on citizens for restoring long-term peace by finding ways of de-legitimizing violence in Indian society. Printed Pages: 192. 002435

Price: 4.39 USD
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