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Restructuring Constituent Foreign Policy of India?

Subnational Diplomacy

Regional cooperation in South Asia is difficult not only because of the geographical, historical and cultural complexity of the region, but more so because of the lack of stable leadership emanating from the bigger states like India. India’s foreign political and economic policies are being increasingly shaped by regional governments, political parties and leaders. The increasing ease with which regional players consult, exert pressure and influence the centre poses both opportunities and risks for India’s foreign policy strategy.



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Updated On : 1st Jun, 2017

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