INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Presented by: Aaditya Mishra, NIT-Bhopal-2015
About me 1. 2015 NIT-B mech engg 2. IAS 2015 -1st attempt, waiting for mains result 3. Optional Subject- Pol Sci and IR About the lesson 1.Objective: International relations with emphasis on India. 2. End Goal of collection: Complete understanding of India's relations with countries and world organisations. 3. Coverage: GS 2, Pol Sci Optional Paper 2 Section B etc.
Titles: 1. World order - 2. Foreign policy- continuity and change 3. Strategic partnership vs Strategic alliance 4. India's economic diplomacy 5. SAARC and Neighbourhood first policy 6. India and it's neighbour- Pakistan, Afghanistan 7. India and it's neighbour Nepal. 8. India and it's neighbour- Bhutan, Bangladesh. 9. India and it's neighbour- Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Seychelles. 10. India and it's neighbour- Myanmar, Great Game of East. 11. ACT East policy 12. India and China 13. Changing Economic Order- BRICS, AIIB. 14. India- Russia 15. India and CAR( central Asian republic) 16. India and West Asia- IRAN, Syria, Yemen. 17. Israel-Palestine issue 18. India- USA
poL Sel-oOPT 2 SEC B-250 MKS EASY TO UPDATE-HINDU AND UNACADEMY VIDEOS ONLY GS-2 (1234-5) MOST SCORING ONCE YOU HAVE A BROAD UNDERSTANDING
BASIC RELATIONSHIPS-INDIA N 0RLD ORLD POWER RELATIONS 2 WHAT )- 2 wORLD ORDE!R TREATIES AND SUMMITS
3SOURCES DEBATES- RSTV- INDIA'SWORLD THE HINDU UNACADEMY-VIDEO SERIES
WORLD ORDER(WC) WHAT IS WO? 1. Arrangement and positions of countries in the global power equations. 2. Power as capacity/capability based on demography, military, geography, economic strength etc. 3. Common words often used is unipolar, multipolar, bipolar eto. 4. Pre 1991 => Bipolar WO (US vs USSR) 5. Post 1991 => UniPolar WO (US alone till 2000)
BI-POLAR WORLD ORDER 1. Product of the Cold War - Two competing blocs distanced by geography, ideology, political structures and economic formations 2. Tendency towards Balance of Power(BoP) - Cold war bipolarity was seen as inherently stable - Waltz, 1979 3. Peace by Balance of Terror and Mutually assured destruction(MAD)
BI-POLAR WORLD ORDER 1. It was also a period of tension, mistrust, suspicion- Cuban Missile crisis(1962), Arms Race etc. 2. Has often neglected the issues of Global South like development, sustainable development, poverty eradication etc. 3. It was this time when Nehru had given a third way- Noin Alignment which is often praised for preventing the "cold" war from turning "hot."
The Cold War NATO Warsaw 195 1982 1982 USAvs.USSR Free World" vs. "The Iron Curtain" "Free World"vS. "The Iron Curtain" Capitalism vs. Communism
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