The introductory chapter discusses how Indian intellectuals and practitioners have engaged with the world in the realm of ideas and on the issue of international relations (IR). It examines how India views the world from various vantage points and analyses the contributions that have been made by Indian literature to the prevailing global debates in IR. It evaluates the loci of Indian IR in the mainstream, and considers Indian peace perspectives in the new millennium and contemporary Indian perspectives on international law.
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