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Book title: India in Global Affairs: Changing Dynamics and Emerging Role
Author(s): Sanjeev Kumar Tiwari
ISBN: 9788194163497
Publication Year: 2020
Binding: HB
Pages: 272
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ABOUT THE BOOK

The dawn of the current regime in 2014 has witnessed the ushering of a new era of Indian stronghold in global affairs. The fundamental changes in the global affairs are affecting India`s domestic and international politics. The attitude of Indian dispensation therefore has been geared towards meeting these challenges; the conventional approach to understanding India`s foreign policy has strategically been replaced by reasoning and sine qua non. In the current scenario, India is shifting gears by not only emerging as a global power in terms of economy, defense and clout but also by influencing and shaping the different dimensions of global agendas as per its prerequisites and national interests. In this light, India in Global Affairs: Changing Dynamics and Emerging Role discusses the evolution, continuation and the paradigm shifts that have taken shape in the global affairs with relation to India and establishes the fact that increasing influence of India in the global affairs is now bringing India to the forefront where India’s diverse, plural democracy stands out and sets an example for rest of the world to emulate.

ABOUT Author

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Tiwari is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi. He is the Honorary Secretary of the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), Delhi Regional Branch, since 2014.  He is Co-Editor of the quarterly journal The Discussant, an academic journal for intellectual discourse.  He has four research projects to his credit, the latest being an ICSSR-funded research program on “An Analytical Study of Debates on Jammu and Kashmir in Indian Parliament and Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir.”  He holds a doctorate (Ph.D.) from the Department of Political Science, University of Delhi, for his thesis on Sardar Patel and the Constitution Making Process. His areas of interest include International Relations and India’s Foreign Policy; Public Administration and Governance and Indian Government and Politics. He has authored/edited five books and has contributed several research articles to leading national and international journals, magazines and newspapers. He is a regular panellist on various national news channels in India.