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Foreign Policy: Between Isolation and Powerlessness

India has entered a transition period. The principles that have guided its
foreign policy over the past fifty years are no longer adapted to the
multipolar world that is replacing the Cold War. From the Cold War,
India has inherited its isolation, since the non-aligned movement which
it promoted with others has partly lost its reason for being. India,
which does not belong to any alliance, has also delayed opening its economy,
unlike the rest of Asia. Nevertheless India wishes to establish
itself as one of the poles of tomorrow’s world. Gaining power status
now requires a more demanding attitude. The 1998 nuclear tests represent
at once a manifestation of this emerging power and an admission
of the strategic isolation that India is trying to overcome.

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Référence électonique : Arnaud d’ANDURAIN, "Foreign Policy: Between Isolation and Powerlessness", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°90, 90 - L’Inde, p.125-138 . Consulté le 2022-01-23 14:16:06 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/Foreign-Policy-Between-Isolation.html