"Bilateral and religious arrangements have gradually became permanent features of
the global foreign policy architecture. India is keen to play a more pronounced role in
and with regional and international organizations. Revamping of the foreign policy making
establishments is a must to manage regional and international relationships.
India confronts grave security threats emanating from its territorial and maritime
borders that range from nuclear attacks to terror strikes. Cyber security threats are a
reality today. Are India's defence, nuclear, maritime, terrorism and cyber policies
strategic enough to deal with these challenges? Preparations for and views on resorting to
the use of force to meet these challenges are utmost importance.
This book consists of 10 scholarly papaers authored by scholars from India and abroad.
These papers examine and survey various aspects of India's bilateral and multilateral
relations with neighbours, important regions, regional organizations, and big powers.
India's response and position on selected global issues are also set forth. The scholars
provide valuable insights into the understanding and conduct of India's bilateral
relations in the context of its foreign policy formulation."
About the Book
About the Editors
Introduction by the Editors
1. India-Sri Lanka Relations Since 2009 / Nayani Melegoda
2. Nepal-India Strategic Relations in the 21st Century / K. C. Khadga
3. India's Strategy towards Bangladesh : New Dimensions in the 21st Century / Pradipta
4. India and the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) Countries : Challenges Ahead / A. K.
5. India's Policy in Latin America / Binary Prasad
6. India and European Union in the 21st Century / Mathew Sinu Simon
7. India-Russia Relations in the Emerging World Order / K. B. Usha
8. Global Debate on Climate Change in India / Pushpinder Kaur
9. Dynamics of Terrorism in India / Shivani Sharma
10. Cyber Security in India / Chandrakant Chellany