*Dr. Laxmi R Chauhan
Faculty of English
Dept. of English, KGC-Dehradun
Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar
Rochipura, P.O- Majra
Any country’s foreign policy has fundamentals of permanency and amendments resulting to a change in government. India’s foreign policy is no different. The changes have not essentially been unambiguouslyspoken, but are inherent in the government’s actions and view of the world.
There are areas of the evolving changes are the supremacy given to economic and technological development; the prominence on national power comprising primarily military power; and stress on soft power; a bargain in self-imposed constraints on actions that other countries may interpretas unwelcoming to their interests; and the orientation of domestic and foreign policies toward this objective.