India’s foreign policy and global politics
in India in a globalized world
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This chapter examines the goals of the foreign policy of India since its independence. It highlights the influence of Jawaharlal Nehru in the early years of Indian independence and discusses how Indian foreign policy became more focused on economic issues since the late 1990s. This chapter also explains that the country's need to promote trade and investment is leading to more bilateral agreements between India and several Asian countries as well as the United States of America, the United Kingdom and many other countries.

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