Theorizing Indian foreign policy (Book review)

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Hall, Ian
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Theorizing Indian foreign policy collects together ten essays by leading members of the new generation of European and Indian scholars that is fast transforming the field. The book's aims are twofold and mutually reinforcing: to bring established and emerging theories from International Relations (IR) and foreign policy analysis to bear on the Indian case and at the same time to provide a more systematic account of what that case might tell us about those theories and how we might improve them. The contributors do not advance any particular theoretical approach; rather, they lay out the ones they prefer and leave it to readers to decide which works best. The result is an eclectic and stimulating book that should certainly be read not just by India or south Asia specialists, but also by all those interested in the interplay between western explanations of state behaviour and non-western theories and practices.

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International Affairs
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93
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5
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Hall, I, Theorizing Indian foreign policy (Book review), International Affairs, 2017, 93 (5), pp. 1279-1280
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