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New Recipe for Border Security in South Asia

Dialectics on Power

Gautam Sen’s ‘Opinion’ piece, ‘Indian foreign policy: a power political interpretation’ (EPW, January 13-19) is anchored in the ‘realist’ imaginary of canonical International Relations – ‘power, security, survival and dominance’. But his sinister architecture of the regional and global political spaces threateningly encircling a nuclear Indian, which lamentably self wills its external enfeeblement and dependence, rests on a own curious even violent yoking of disparate developments, half truths and outright fictions, innuendoes and sweeping judgments.



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