This textbook is meant for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Political Science and International Relations
International Relations: Theory and Practice critically analyses the evolution and changing nature of international relations as a discipline. It examines India’s emergence as a major power in the 21st century, its strategic significance and its changing role in the international system. A must-have companion for all students of Political Science and International Relations, this new text provides the often marginalised Global South perspective on the issues and developments in international relations.
• Provides a holistic perspective covering International history, the Third World along with changing dimensions of India's foreign polic
• Critically explores theoretical complexities of Marxism, Feminism and Neo-Liberalism in the Global South
• Includes pedagogically rich content, which closely follows UGC course curriculum guidelines for the subject