"This book, enriched by contributions of serious researchers, deals with diffrent
aspects of India's foreign policy during the Modi years. They have thrown light on the
elements of change and continuity in Modi's foreign policy and on its fact-ones and
dynamics. The book comprises four broad sections, namely, India and Major Powers, India
and South Asia, India and Near abroad, and India and Continents-Africa and South America.
Every contributor, while studying India's relation with one country or region, has
examined important factors of foreign policy such as geo-strategy, geo-economics,
ideology, national interest and personality. It is hoped that policy-makeres, academics
and students will find this study worthwhile and useful."