6 edition of India"s pro-Arab policy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -161) and index.
|Statement||Richard Edmund Ward.|
|LC Classifications||DS63.2.I5 W37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 172 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||91032682|
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This book traces the economic, political, and psychological factors that have influenced India's pro-Arab policy from the s to today, and how these factors influence the implementation of present policy with the Arab world.
The origins and dynamics of India's foreign policy with West Asia are discussed in by: 3. From the pre-independence days to the conclusion of the recent Persian Gulf War, India has maintained a strong pro-Arab policy.
This book traces the economic, political, and psychological factors that have influenced India's pro-Arab policy from the s to today, and how these factors influence the implementation of present policy with the Arab Indias pro-Arab policy book Richard E.
Ward. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This text traces the economic, political and psychological factors that have influenced India's pro-Arab policy from the s to today.
A straightforward account of why New Delhi has tended to support the Arab side of the Arab-Israeli conflict. The reasons include early views of Israel as a colonial outpost, the fact of India's own large Muslim community, competition with Pakistan for Arab support in the United Nations on Indias pro-Arab policy book Kashmir issue, and access to oil.
This latter point about oil is the least credible. India has traditionally pursued a pro-Arab policy towards Middle East nations and remained aligned against Israel until ’s. This was basically aimed at countering Pakistan’s influence in the region and to secure access to Middle East petroleum resources.
and pro-Arab leanings, the latter arising in no small part from India’s own Continuity and Change in India’s Foreign Policy 9 3. This book examines the dynamics of the modern Author: Rohan Mukherjee. policy should be based on national interest.
By being pro Arab all these In Novemberthe Indian Television network Doordarshan (which reaches 87% of the Indian population), for instance, dedicated an entire program to the Middle East peace process and Indo-Israel relations.
Breaking with conventional wisdom, this book looks at how India's Israel policy was actually contested from the start and evolved over time to adapt to new domestic and international circumstances. The historically unprecedented visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Israel may come as a surprise to some.
India’s early leaders were lukewarm at best toward Israel, and the two. The book also elucidates on Indian policy establishment’s failure to inform and shape the public discourse, esp.
vis-à-vis India-Israel relations. Even though the book correctly addresses contradictions between India’s foreign policy orientation, its security compulsions and nature of the domestic debate, the arguments raised in the book.
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Report No. India's pro-Arab policy had mixed success. Establishment of close ties with the socialist and secular Baathist regimes to some extent neutralised Pakistani propaganda against India.
 However, the Indo-Pakistani War of presented a dilemma for the Arab and Muslim states of the Middle East as the war was fought by two states both Children: Rajiv Gandhi, Sanjay Gandhi. A Critical Analysis Of Indias Foreign Policy History Essay “Foreign policy is the system of activities evolved by communities (nations) for changing the behaviour of other states and for adjusting their own activities to the international environment.
India had pursued a pro-Arab policy in Middle East and kept itself inclined with the. India’s Relationship with Arab Countries India’s relationship with Arab countries has been high on promise and is sustained on the possibility of one day fulfilling that promise. Geographically, West Asia is regarded as an “extended neighbourhood” of India.
India’s Israel policy is also unique in another sense: domestic determinants played a pivotal role in some of the critical decisions concerning Israel. Although the Indian nationalists understood the history of Jewish suﬀering and persecution, it was accompanied by a marked lack of sympathy for Jewish political aspirations in Palestine.
India launched an Israeli-made spy satellite on Monday that will help it keep a close eye on its borders stretching from Pakistan in the west to China in the north and east.
The launch is significant for several reasons. First off, the all-weather advanced satellite that the Israelis themselves use for surveillance on nations such as Iran is an eye in the sky that Indian security planners.
He has just written a denitive book on Indias Israel Policy (Columbia University Press, ). Walter C. Ladwig, III is a doctoral candidate in International Relations at Merton College, Oxford and a former pre-doctoral fellow at the Miller Center of Public Aairs at the University of Virginia.
His scholarly publications have appeared in. One of the best ‘all weather’ friend, that India can boast of is Israel. It has helped us in all critical situations without asking for a return gift and when Prime Minister Modi paid a visit.Description: This book traces the economic, political, and psychological factors that have influenced India's pro-Arab policy from the s to today, and how these factors influence the implementation of present policy with the Arab world.
The origins and dynamics of India's foreign policy with West Asia are discussed in detail.