Frédéric Grare’s <em>India Turns East:  International Engagement and U.S.-China Rivalry</em>
Roundtable in Asia Policy 13.2 (April 2018)

Frédéric Grare’s India Turns East: International Engagement and U.S.-China Rivalry

Aparna Pande, Sunil Dasgupta, Deepa Ollapally, Andrew Small, and Frederic Grare
April 30, 2018

Four essays on Frédéric Grare’s recent book India Turns East: International Engagement and U.S.-China Rivalry are followed by a response from the author.

Download the book review roundtable.

The Elephant Looks around the Dragon

Aparna Pande

The Promise and Limits of Structural Explanations of Foreign Policy

Sunil Dasgupta

How Does India’s Look East Policy Look after 25 Years?

Deepa M. Ollapally

Fair Winds, Heavy Burdens: The Limitations of India’s Turn East

Andrew Small

Author’s Response: From Isolation to Loneliness?

Frédéric Grare

 


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