|Title||India in South Asia : Domestic identity politics and foreign policy from Nehru to the BJP|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2013|
|Descript||163p. ; 24 cm|
Nehru and the invention of India. -- Nehru and the birth of India's regional policy: the case of Pakistan and Nepal. -- 'The Empress of India': Indira Gabdhi and the idea of India. -- A 'new' phase in Indian foreign policy: the case of Pakistan and Sri Lanka. -- The BJP era and the construction of Indian identity. -- A 'Hindu' foreign policy: dealing with Pakistan and Bangladesh. -- Conclusion.
|Political Science Library||305.800954 S617I||DUE 16-12-20|
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