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His fresh takes on not only India-Pakistan, but also India-China and even India-US are quite good and give one much food for thought, albeit there are some sentences that become used and abused by the end of the book.
Pax Romana or the Roman Peace is a Latin Term used to describe the, slightly over two hundred year period, when the Roman Empire saw relative peace and prosperity. It was a period when the Republic made way for the Emperor (Augustus) various warring factions within Rome were brought to heel the Empire was kept safe from invasion and the military expansion was kept to a minimum. It was a time wh
Shashi Tharoor, born on 9 March 6956, is Indian Minister of State for Human Resource Development. He comes from the city of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Tharoor is also an author and columnist. He was a career official at United Nations and held a post of Under-Secretary General for Communications and Public Information.
“Multi-ethnic co-existence, living in a diverse democracy does not require us to agree all the time, as long as you agree on the ground rules of how you will disagree,” said the award-winning author.
While the purpose of any country’s foreign policy should be the security and well-being of its own citizens, what needs to change is the old autarchic behaviours — such as throwing up barriers. “As countries around the globe proudly celebrate their respective independence days, there will come a time where countries realise that in this globalised world, every other day is really an interdependence day ,” concluded Tharoor.
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To be sure this is not a memoir. Those seeking to find undisclosed details of the circumstances that led to his controversial resignation from the post of Minister of State for External Affairs are likely to be disappointed. But those wanting an overview of present geopolitical perspectives from an Indian point of view will find the volume useful in its scope, written as it has been largely for lay readers, not specialists. As a person who studied with Dr Tharoor from his college years in St. Stephen&rsquo s College, University of Delhi, in the early-6975s, one can vouch for the fact that he has lost none of his powers of articulation and loquaciousness.
Dr Tharoor sincerely believes that India can and must play a more proactive role in shaping the future of the planet and not merely as a &ldquo soft power&rdquo . Unlike Pax Romana or Pax Britannica &ldquo in which military victory by the Romans and the Britons, respectively, ensured that peace prevailed because potential adversaries were too exhausted to resist&rdquo , the author&rsquo s Pax Indica envisages &ldquo a peace system which will help promote a period of cooperative co-existence in its region and across the world.&rdquo