India's Eastward Engagement: From Antiquity to Act East Policy (Hardback)
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India's Eastward Engagement: From Antiquity to Act East Policy (Hardback)

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Hardback 348 Pages / Published: 26/03/2019
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India's Eastward Engagement: From Antiquity to Act East Policy presents India's engagement with its extended eastern neighbours from ancient times to the present. It argues that this engagement has been long rooted in India's geographical location, its civilizational evolution and historical transformations. The book critically examines all the important phases-Nehru and Post-Nehru periods, and Look East and Act East policies. It exposes the widely entertained myths about India's eastward engagement and also underlines the prospective directions in which the Act East Policy may unfold in the years to come.

Publisher: SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd
ISBN: 9789353282684
Number of pages: 348
Weight: 570 g
Dimensions: 215 x 139 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

I am an admirer of Professor S. D. Muni. He with Rahul Mishra has written an excellent book on India's deep connections with Southeast Asia.

-- Tommy Koh, * Ambassador-at-large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Singapore *

With rising Chinese power and the emergence of the Indo-Pacific concept reshaping Southeast Asia's destiny, what is India's response and role? This well-researched and timely book is indispensable for anyone looking for an answer and for understanding India's 'Act East' Policy.

-- Amitav Acharya, * Professor, American University; President of International Studies Association; Author of East of India, South of China: Sino-Indian Encounters in Southeast Asia *

India's Eastward Engagement reflects the authors' intimate familiarity with India's extended neighbourhood to the east, in both its historical and contemporary contexts. The authors bring to the subject the rigour of an academic and the perspective of a practising diplomat-a rare combination. This book will command a wide audience, given its broad historical sweep and its penetrating political insights.

-- Shyam Saran, * Former Foreign Secretary; Chairman of Research and Information Systems for Developing Countries *

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