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Sheikh Hasina Government’s India policy: a three-level game?

Chakma, Bhumitra

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Dr Bhumitra Chakma B.Chakma@hull.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer, Director of the South Asia Project and Programme Director for BA Politics and International Relations

Abstract

This article seeks to analyze the sources of the Sheikh Hasina government’s India-positive foreign policy approach from theoretical and empirical standpoints. Theoretically, it engages three broad schools of thought and their competing claims about state foreign policy behaviour. These claims then are examined in the context of Bangladesh’s foreign policy towards India. It is argued here that three levels—individual, unit/national and external environment—need to be engaged together to understand the sources of the Sheikh Hasina government’s India policy

Publication Date 2015-04
Journal Journal of Asian security and international affairs
Print ISSN 2347-7970
Electronic ISSN 2349-0039
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 2
Issue 1
Pages 27-51
Institution Citation Chakma, B. (2015). Sheikh Hasina Government’s India policy: a three-level game?. Journal of Asian security and international affairs, 2(1), 27-51. https://doi.org/10.1177/2347797014565291
DOI https://doi.org/10.1177/2347797014565291
Keywords Sheikh Hasina; Bangladesh; India; Foreign policy; Realism
Publisher URL http://aia.sagepub.com/content/2/1/27
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Additional Information Author's accepted manuscript of article published in: Journal of Asian security and international affairs, 2015, v.2, issue 1.

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