This Reader Is A Collection Of First-Rate Theoretical Engagements Relating To International Relations From Across India. The Class Character Of Contemporary International Law, Reassessing The Conceptual Foundations Of Imperialism, Mapping Human Security, Evaluating The Gaze Of Orientalism And Defending The Analytical Relevance Of Gender As A Lens To Examine National Security Are Issues Covered In The Theoretical Ambit Of This Volume. The Book Also Addresses Two Other Core Issues: Contesting The Delhi-Centricity Of The Discipline And Acknowledging The Relevance Of Theory To Policy.In 1 985, impressed by the elements of stability in the postwar international system, the historian of the Cold War, John Lewis ... With a flourish, he concluded the essay with these words: a#39;The Cold War, with all of iis rivalries, anxieties andanbsp;...
|Title||:||International Relations in India: Bringing theory back home|
|Author||:||Kanti P. Bajpai, Siddharth Mallavarapu|
|Publisher||:||Orient Blackswan - 2005-01-01|