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INDIAN FOREIGN
POLICY
AIM
To Acquaint the Audience
with the Foreign Policy of
India.
• Part-I : Intro
• Part-II : Various Amdts in Policy
• Part-III : Relation with Neighboring
Countries
• Part-IV : Conclusi...
INTRO
• Definition- “Strategies to safeguard National Interests and to
achieve goals”
• Obj of Foreign Policy
 To Promote...
Factors affecting the
Foreign Policy
• Framework of India’s Foreign Policy
 Panchsheel
 Non-alignment
 Pragmatism and Pursuit of National
Interest
 Promoti...
Evolution of Foreign Policy
• Protection of Unity and Integrity of a Country
• National Devp
• Defend Interests of its Cit...
PART-II : VARIOUS AMDTs IN FOREIGN
POLICY
• More or Less Same
 Ultimate Goal Remained Unchanged
 Relevance of Non Alignm...
PART-III : RELATION WITH
NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES
Relation with China
• Not Cordial
 Boundary disputes
 Sp to Pak
 Sino Indian war : 1962
 Economic Interests
• Relation...
Relation with China
• Changed Chinese Perception due to
 Containing Terrorism
 India as Nuclear Weapons State
 8% Annua...
Relation with Pakistan
• Not Cordial
 Border issues
 Water Sharing
 Indian Adm on Kashmir
 Terrorism
• Devp
 Trade
• ...
Relation with Sri Lanka
• Cordial Relations
• Irritants
 Permission to the US for naval base
 Arrests and killing of Ind...
Relation with Bangladesh
• On different footing
 Infilt
 Distr of Water
 Constr of Barbed wire on the fence
 Refugees ...
Relation with Nepal
• Friendly with minor Irritants
 Infilt from the Border
 Cross-border Migration of People
 Smugglin...
CONCLUSION
• New challenges forced India to adjust to new
realities.
• Even then, basic framework of its foreign
policy re...
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Indian foreign policy presentation.

  1. 1. INDIAN FOREIGN POLICY
  2. 2. AIM To Acquaint the Audience with the Foreign Policy of India.
  3. 3. • Part-I : Intro • Part-II : Various Amdts in Policy • Part-III : Relation with Neighboring Countries • Part-IV : Conclusion
  4. 4. INTRO • Definition- “Strategies to safeguard National Interests and to achieve goals” • Obj of Foreign Policy  To Promote and protect the Nation’s Interests  Minimize adverse effects  Change or Regulate Behaviour of other states  Coop / Co-existence
  5. 5. Factors affecting the Foreign Policy
  6. 6. • Framework of India’s Foreign Policy  Panchsheel  Non-alignment  Pragmatism and Pursuit of National Interest  Promotion of World Peace  Decolonization of Asia and Africa
  7. 7. Evolution of Foreign Policy • Protection of Unity and Integrity of a Country • National Devp • Defend Interests of its Citizens  Within borders  Beyond the borders • Protect and Promotion of Economic Progress • Indo-Soviet Friendship • Promotion of Regional Coop • Indo-Soviet Friendship
  8. 8. PART-II : VARIOUS AMDTs IN FOREIGN POLICY • More or Less Same  Ultimate Goal Remained Unchanged  Relevance of Non Alignment  Promotion of World Peace • Additions  Terrorism Control  Nuclear Disarmament  Global Warming  Economic Policy  Soviet Union Demise  United Nations  Extended Def Coop
  9. 9. PART-III : RELATION WITH NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES
  10. 10. Relation with China • Not Cordial  Boundary disputes  Sp to Pak  Sino Indian war : 1962  Economic Interests • Relations Improved  Recog Tibet as part of China  Trade 10
  11. 11. Relation with China • Changed Chinese Perception due to  Containing Terrorism  India as Nuclear Weapons State  8% Annual Growth Rate  India’s International Influence  India’s Regional Super Power  Nuclear Energy  Indo-US Relations 11
  12. 12. Relation with Pakistan • Not Cordial  Border issues  Water Sharing  Indian Adm on Kashmir  Terrorism • Devp  Trade • Incr People to People Interaction
  13. 13. Relation with Sri Lanka • Cordial Relations • Irritants  Permission to the US for naval base  Arrests and killing of Indian fishermen • Devp  Infrastructural devp  Trg in India  Constr of Trg Facilities in Sri Lanka  Trade
  14. 14. Relation with Bangladesh • On different footing  Infilt  Distr of Water  Constr of Barbed wire on the fence  Refugees Problem  Jurisdiction over the sea waters • Devp • Trade • Aid
  15. 15. Relation with Nepal • Friendly with minor Irritants  Infilt from the Border  Cross-border Migration of People  Smuggling, illicit Trade of Drugs  Arms Trade and mov of Trts  Encroachment by Indian Farmers  Annexation of Tibet by China • Devp  Trade  Constr of highways, rds and dams  Edn Scolarships  Aid
  16. 16. CONCLUSION • New challenges forced India to adjust to new realities. • Even then, basic framework of its foreign policy remained more or less the same.
  17. 17. Question ?
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