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ANALYSING INDIA’S SOFT POWER IN ITS NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY

Saurabh Singh

Junior Research Fellow, Department of Political Science, University of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Abstract


This paper is not about the strength of India’s soft power but also analyzing how such a capacity is being transformed into capabilities and observes its practical implementation in Indian foreign policy. This paper leads to investigate the agenda-setting role of India’s soft power regarding its foreign policy. This paper has been undertaken in pursuit of the following objectives: to analyzing the evolution of power in Indian foreign policy and explain: the subsequent shift from soft power to hard power and smart power approaches; to evaluate the effectiveness of new strategies in foreign policy: and to examine limitations and suggest- ways flourishing of soft power.

Keywords


soft power, India, foreign policy, diplomacy, south Asia

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Saurabh Singh. (2020). Analysing  India’s Soft Power in its Neighbourhood Policy. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 3(2), 24-30.

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