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Mandal theory : foreign policy, war and diplomacy

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Dipali Nevarekar

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Transcript of Mandal theory : foreign policy, war and diplomacy

Mandala Theory.
“Your neighbour is your natural enemy and the neighbour’s neighbour is your friend”. This was the basic thought behind Kautilya’s Mandala Theory.
six-fold policy
coexistance
March
War
Double policy
Alliance
Neutrality
Mandal Theory: foreign policy ,war and diplomacy
Foriegn Policy - Mandal Theory
Kautilya on war

Kautilya did not say to himself, "Prepare for war, but hope for peace," but instead, "Prepare for war, and plan to conquer
3 Types of war
Open war
Concealed war
Silent war
SIX forms of Diplomacy

SANDHI
VIGRAH
ASANA
DVAIDHI
BHAV
SAMSARYA
YANA
Kautilya's forms of diplomacy also depends on the type of the king whether the policy is directed toward the superior, inferior or equal
Mandala theory favorable to Pakistan
Mandala theory favorable to India
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