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Crossing the Rubicon
C. Raja Mohan
Price: $ 29.95

In Crossing the Rubicon C.Raja Mohan gives a behind-the-scenes account of how India has grown from a peripheral player to a key participant at the top levels of global diplomacy. Exploring India's renewed foreign policy from the 1980s through the nuclear tests of the 1990s to its current strategy, Mohan looks at two crucial issues that account for this revolutionary change: the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and a new wave of economic globalization. This book provides an incisive look at how India has reworked its relations with major powers--notably its new rapports with the United States and post-Soviet Russia--to become a major contributor in international affairs.

C. Raja Mohan is the strategic affairs editor for The Hindu, one of India's major daily newspapers, in New Delhi.

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