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The Modi Doctrine: New Paradigms in India's Foreign Policy

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States today are far more engaged in diplomacy than ever before, actively building relations with other states to harness their mutual commercial and cultural strengths. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s outlook to global affairs is no different, yet there is a nuanced approach in linking India’s foreign policy to domestic transformation. While on the one hand, his policies seek to attract foreign capital, technology and open foreign markets for Indian products, on the other, they are geared towards regional stability, peace and prosperity. All events are texts to be analysed and the authors in this volume do so but emphatically underline that India’s diplomacy under Modi has got a go-getting edge, that it is no longer foreign anymore but a matter of public affairs and that with Modi at the helm, India is set to leverage its role and make itself a 'diplomatic superpower'.
The nuanced and thought-provoking essays, by some of the most well-respected analysts and practitioners of diplomacy, make this book a must-read for not just professionals and serious readers but for the uninitiated as well.
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About the Editors
Dr. Anirban Ganguly is Director, Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation, New Delhi. He is a scholar of history, civilization, politics and culture. Dr Ganguly is Member of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) as also Member of the Policy Research Department of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He has authored and edited a number of books, monographs, chapters and papers and regularly lectures at leading universities and educational institutions across the country.
Dr. Vijay Chauthaiwale is In-charge, Department of Foreign Affairs, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), since November 2014. In this role, he is coordinating with Indian diaspora worldwide through BJP’s global outreach platform, Overseas Friends of BJP (OFBJP). Vijay is actively involved in coordinating community receptions for Prime Minister Narendra Modi across the globe. Additionally, he interacts with foreign embassies, diplomats and delegates of various countries to put forward party perspective on issues of mutual interests.
Dr. Uttam Kumar Sinha is a Fellow at IDSA and holds an adjunct position at the Malaviya Centre for Peace Research, Banaras Hindu University. At IDSA, he is also the Managing Editor of Strategic Analysis.

236 pages, Hardcover

Published August 1, 2016

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December 16, 2018
A lucid account of PM Modi's foreign policy course in two years. The book is more of a general read. In some instances, the authors have resorted to idolizing the personal qualities of our Prime Minister which makes the book slightly-biased. The veracity of his praise is an out-of-context question, but it deviates the momentum of the book. Had higher expectations.
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July 4, 2018
Only for the supporters of Modi. There is not much of the criticism of his policies. But it was expected since it's writtten by a team of long time colleagues and close friends of Modi. Still it is refreshing to know the details of planning and research that goes into the inner workings of making a policy.
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