The Geopolitics of India: A Shifting, Self-Contained World

MIN READApr 1, 2012 | 13:39 GMT

Families in New Dehli take a boat ride during a heat wave. With a huge mountain range to the north and oceans surrounding it, the Indian subcontinent is functionally an island, geopolitically speaking.


This is the fifth in a series of monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs....

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