Preface I. INTRODUCTION : 1. Democracy in Foreign Policy : Theoretical Parameters 2. India and Democracy 3. Neighbourhood Policy 4. Evolving Stakes and Interests II. THE NEHRUVIAN PHASE : IDEOLOGY ADJUSTS WITH REALPOLITIK : 1. Himalayan Kingdoms 2. Nepal : Fading out of the Rana Oligarchy 3. The King's Takeover 4. Bhutan and Sikkim 5. Myanmar (Burma) 6. Pakistan 7. Appraisal III. NEHRU'S SUCCESSORS : REALISM TAKES COMMAND : 1. Nepal 2. Pakistan 3. The Emergence of Bangladesh 4. Cycles of Military and Civilian Rules 5. Bangladesh 6. Integration of Sikkim 7. Myanmar 8. China 9. Appraisal IV. IMPERATIVES OF THE NEW MILLENNIUM : 1. Nepal 2. Myanmar 3. Afghanistan 4. China 5. New Democratic Wave in South Asia; Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Maldives 6. Appraisal V. AN OVERVIEW : 1. An Involving Democratic Policy 2. Balancing Democracy with Strategic Interests 3. Democracy Converges with Security Interests
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