AUTHOR: Prof. (Dr.) Prasanna Kumar Patasani
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EXTENT: 229 + VIII (HB)
About the Book
Ever since the beginning of NATO’s Crusade of Yugoslavia, Russia Federation has gradually embarked its Foreign Policy for bipolar world characteristics, paving the way for strategic partnership. This volume conveys Russia’s Foreign Policy strategies towards India’s periodic reassessment of the International politics. The editor would reveal Indo-Russian strategic interest for long search of security in Asia and rectification of neighbouring balance of relations.
Today, India & Russia are worried by the fact that Asia is developing into one of the planet’s most explosive regions. Extremism and separatism present major threats to peace and stability in Asia. Nuclear and Missile technologies are proliferating the arms and drug trafficking and international terrorism are spreading in frightening proportions. Both states are equally interested in the creation of a more democratic, multipolar world want piece and stability to become a fact of life in the vast Asian continent. The treaty of peace, friendship and cooperation singed cast a bright light on the essence of “Special” Indo-Russian relations opening the door for strategy. It sets such common goals and spheres of cooperation. The Russian Federation makes and carries out its Foreign Policy more correctly than before. Against this background, this book fairly deals with how the Russian Federation is able to devise Foreign and Strategic defence policies, for carrying these out to build international support for them.
The focus of the book is to reconstruct the Indo-Russia’s Strategic Partnership that has arisen in the process of the emergence of the polarism. Viewed from this prospective, the book would be the reflection of Scholastic to Foreign Policy experts and will encourage the importance of strategic treaties for the benefits of bilateral issues. Since both the countries are interested in creation of democratic & multipolar world, the objective of the strategic partnership is to set a common goal in sphere of understanding through Diplomatic Relations.
About the Author
The Editor, Prof. (Dr.) Prasanna Kumar Patasani, D. Litt.(Utkal), D. Sc. (Swiss) is a Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha), academician of extraordinary caliber, an exceeding lovable human being, a towering personality, an inspired orator and endearing called the “saint of poet”. He was a visiting professor in International University of Maharashi at IOWA Fairfield America and University of Natural Law and Mentmourse, London and currently also visiting professor of many International Universities of the world. He was awarded the Messenger of Peace by Oxford(U.K.) in the year 1991.
Prof. Patasani holds the honours as President of more than 50 academic Institution and Colleges in India and is actively involved in the socio-economic activities, particularly in the State of Orissa.