Does the Elephant Dance?

Does the Elephant Dance? (English, Hardcover, Malone David M.)

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Does the Elephant Dance?  (English, Hardcover, Malone David M.)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Publisher: Oxford University Press
    • Genre: Political Science
    • ISBN: 9780199552023, 9780199552023
    • Edition: 2011
    • Pages: 450
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    Does the Elephant Dance? Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy is a book which provides a deep insight into the current position of India globally, and how India is slowly but surely rising to become of the global powers.

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    In Does the Elephant Dance? Contemporary Indian Foreign Policy is detailed understanding of the contemporary foreign policies of India, and how these policies are working in favor of the country. The author mentions that India today looms large, when it hardly loomed at all a few years ago. The author discusses the history of India relevant to the topic, its domestic politics, internal and external security challenges and economics. The book further comprises of chapters about India’s relation with its South Asian neighbors, USA, the Middle East, Europe and Russia. The author writes about India’s ties with Africa, The Caribbean and Latin America. David Malone concludes the book with certain policies India would want to change or incorporate in the system to successfully emerge out as a global power.

    About David M. Malone

    David Malone is a Canadian author writing mostly on International security and development. He served as a Canadian diplomat to the UN. He has authored several books like The Law and Practice of the United Nations, The International Struggle Over Iraq: Politics in the UN Security Council, 1980-2005, Decision-Making in the UN Security Council: The Case of Haiti, only to name a few.

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    Imprint
    • Oxford University Press
    Publication Year
    • 2011
    Dimensions
    Width
    • 31 mm
    Height
    • 240 mm
    Length
    • 173 mm
    Depth
    • 31
    Weight
    • 813 gr
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    Sharp and Genuine

    Though flipkart has discontinued it's Indian edition (as it is not available here for past 4 months or may be more), I procured one from a Connaught Place book store. The writer has trenchantly commented on India's external affairs policy. This book remains one where a diplomat has taken care of his words, but the analysis and writing remains no where ostensible.
    It has apparently neglected a few countries which for writer has given due justification.
    The book remains well organized and Ind...
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    Prasoon

    Apr, 2013

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    Super!

    This book is a masterpiece. It provider an overview, historical evolution and approach for future of India's foreign engagement. Written in 2011 it predicted many events based on geopolitical understanding with precise accuracy such as rise of ISIS. This factor keep you engaged and it is not felt that you are reading some outdated analysis.
    I have read it with Modi's World of Rajamohan which is a collection of his article of PM Modi foreign policy in first year. Reading both in parallel compl...
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    Ashish Dabas

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    Sep, 2017

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    rare work

    The book is written as a beautiful analytical work. The relations are discussed with much how and why. the author not only shares his experiences but had used authentic references and personal analysis to project the pragmatic realities of course of India's relations.
    Simply one of the best to read on Indian foreign policy
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    prafful agarwal

    Dec, 2011

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