India and the Dynamics of World Politics: A Book on Indian Foreign Policy, Related Events and International Organizations is a book on political science, which covers a wide range of issues concerning both national and international politics. The emphasis of the book is on India's foreign policy towards other countries of the globe over the years. It is ideal for students of political science studying in Indian universities and students preparing for competitive exams such as UPSC Civil Services. The authors have approached the topics in simple language and have included illustrations and maps to help the readers to understand better. The first part of the book is divided into three sections. Section A includes foreign policy topics such as development of Indian foreign policy and the challenges faced by it. Section B analyses India's neighbours such as China, Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. India's relations with other countries are analysed in Section C. Some of these countries include Russia, the USA, and Japan. Part two tells the readers about the Balkan states, Israel-Palestine conflict, and African nations. Part three throws light on the key international organizations like the UN, WTO, and SAARC.