Indian foreign policy: Ideas, institutions, and practice
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made India’s external relations a key focus of his policy agenda over the past year and a half. The recently released book, “The Oxford Handbook of Indian Foreign Policy” (Oxford Press, 2015), is well-timed. Edited by David M. Malone, C. Raja Mohan, and Srinath Raghavan, the “Handbook” includes essays which focus on the evolution of Indian foreign policy, its institutions and actors, India’s relations with its neighbors, and its partnerships with major world powers.
On November 13, the Foreign Policy program at Brookings hosted a panel discussion featuring some of the contributing authors to the “Handbook.” The panelists discussed the current state of Indian foreign policy, its past, and its future, as well as the tools available to India’s foreign policy practitioners today and the constraints they might face.
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