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This is the fourth issue of Indian Politics and Policy. In this issue, we have a diverse set of articles and a review essay. In the first article, “India, South Africa and the Cape Town Agreement: A Diplomatic History,” Vineet Thakur and Sasikumar Sundaram argue that that the Cape Town Agreement of 1927 was the first such pact in which the British Empire was not involved. Instead it was a bilateral agreement between India and South Africa. Mehr anzeigen
The second issue of Indian Politics and Policy has three articles on diverse subjects and a review essay focused on three books dealing with various aspects of contemporary Indian politics and political economy. The first article, by Devin T. Hagerty, explains India’s lack of a robust response to Pakistan’s repeated and persistent provocations. Hagerty argues that while three factors best account for Indian restraint, the mutual possession of nuclear weapons constitutes the most compelling Mehr anzeigen