Anuttama Banerji

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  • Subcontinental Drift: Domestic Politics and India’s Foreign Policy, Rajesh Basrur, Washington, DC, Georgetown University Press

    The International Relations scholarship in India has rarely paid heed to domestic politics as a variable in foreign policy analysis. Most such attempts have focused on anecdotal discussions; this is mainly to do with the securitised nature of the foreign policy discourse in India. Even in cases where the scholarship has tried to engage with domestic determinants, the focus has been on relations with, or policy towards, specific States or they are treatises on the contribution of statesmen.

    March-April 2023