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International Relations (GS Paper II) Answer Writing Workbook: UPSC IAS Mains 2021

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International Relations (GS Paper II) Answer Writing Workbook: UPSC IAS Mains 2021

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UPSC mains examination requires in depth understanding as well as a wide coverage of International relations topics. The subject is dynamic as it requires keeping abreast of day to day events happening in the field of International Relations as well developing a basic conceptualclarity regarding history between two countries or regions, issues between them and ideas to tackle them.

Holistic view of such issues keeping in mind India’s interest and its role in the larger international politics is one of the main aspects of International relations in UPSC mains syllabus. Thus students must endeavor to gain a perspective about international issues and also write in a coherent manner.

GS score International relations workbook aims to fulfill both these objectives.

How will the workbook help Students?

The workbook is meant to give you an understanding of prominent International relations issues and topics. It will also help you in answer writing practice. For the correct usage of this workbook, a student must first attempt each set by himself. Then compare your answers with model hints given in the book. This exercise will enable you to develop confidence, in enrichment of your answers and in coverage of syllabus.

It has been designed in a manner that you will be able to develop an understanding of recent issues, become aware of facts and also see international issues from Indian point of view and its repercussions on India.

The GS SCORE International Relations workbook consists of questions from the following topics:

  • Total 12 sets
    • 1 set on Indian Foreign Policy
    • 11 sets on India and its neighbourhood
    • India and its neighbourhood- relations.
    • Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests
    • Effect of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India’s interests, Indian diaspora.
    • Important International institutions, agencies and fora, their structure, mandate

 

 

 

 

 

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