CROSSING THE RUBICON C RAJA MOHAN PDF

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This book was published in and covers the foreign policy maneuverings post the breakup of the Soviet Union and the Pokhran nuclear tests. The decade of s set the template for foreign policy which is being followed now. The following are the 3 significant chapters in the book.

The first chapter deals with the great gamble of conducting Nuclear tests may It talks about the international pressure India faced before the tests and the fallout after. The second chapter deals with the history of Non-Alignment Movement, its objectives and failures. It talks how India transitioned out of it post the collapse of the Soviet Union and its own economic liberalization of By declaring that it would help US unconditionally in its fight against terror, India acquired a great friend.

The Kargil misadventure by Pakistan found no international backing mainly due to America siding with India. India was a reactive power, when the world impinged on it, India put up its sharp quills to ward off the threats. We are becoming a proactive country creating a space for itself and sometimes occupying the space left by dying European powers. Overall the book is good as it talks in depth about an important period in Indian history.

My only gripe with the book is that, there are several repetitions. There are paragraphs about the improvement in India-US relations in all the chapters and that becomes quite boring.

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Crossing the Rubicon: The Shaping of India's New Foreign Policy

This book was published in and covers the foreign policy maneuverings post the breakup of the Soviet Union and the Pokhran nuclear tests. The decade of s set the template for foreign policy which is being followed now. The following are the 3 significant chapters in the book. The first chapter deals with the great gamble of conducting Nuclear tests may It talks about the international pressure India faced before the tests and the fallout after.

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Book review: C. Raja Mohan's 'Crossing the Rubicon'

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