Indian foreign policy towards Israel between interests and identity.


  • The teacher, Dr. Ishaq Yaqoub Muhammad University of Kufa - College of Political Science



India, The end of the cold war, Israel, Indian foreign policy, Realism school


When the strategic mind that manages India's internal and external policies changed and shifted from the secular, left-wing, liberal Nehrawi mind hostile to Western imperialist domination to a hardline Hindu religious mind hostile to the Islamic movement in South and West Asia, the enemy and friend changed in this mind, and Israel became a close friend to India after it had been its enemy and ally. to its enemies who colonized it for centuries


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Muhammad, Ishaq. “Indian Foreign Policy towards Israel Between Interests and Identity”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 49, Oct. 2021, pp. 295-28, doi:10.36317/kaj/2021/v1.i49.1604.

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