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Book review: C. Raja Mohan's 'Crossing the Rubicon'
Raja Mohan. India's nuclear tests, in May , had reverberations that went far beyond the Thar desert. Jettisoned, as a result, were some key tenets of its foreign policy, in particular, the traditional emphasis on idealism. As pragmatism took root in New Delhi, India renewed its global engagement with a rare sense of purpose and self-confidence, and transformed its external relations. In Crossing the Rubicon, C. Raja Mohan narrates the story of India's successful diplomatic experimentation since the mids, one that has not been given its due.
Crossing the Rubicon: The Shaping of India's New Foreign Policy
National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Read more Raja Mohan, C. Crossing the rubicon : the shaping of India's new foreign policy. Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video.
Jump to navigation. At a time when Indian Parliamentarians cannot find words in the English dictionary to express their ninda at the US-led war in Iraq, it may be distinctly out of place to write about India's new pragmatic foreign policy. Raja Mohan's Crossing the Rubicon is not, however, about moments of legislative cacophony and confusion. Instead, Mohan argues, there are radical fresh trends, visible over the last decade or so, that are now shaping India's engagement with the outside world.