International Relations Paperback – 1 January 2016
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By Ankit Singh on 3 September 2018
Around 20 pages from my book are missing(instead it has pages from H section printed ), affecting chapter 2,3,4 of section I not able to read
I section is about India's grand strategy and in short summary of Indian foreign policy
As most imp part is missing, though the book is good, I am forced to return and wait for another week
I received replacement copy, which also has pages management troubling
Several pages from Section B are printed in section C, one page missing
Don't want to return again n wait further
Check your copy carefully after receiving
I'm not sure how good is it for PSIR optional. But please don't waste your money and most importantly your time in case you're going to refer only for GS portion.
The author is himself a faculty at VajiRam and Ravi. And that's why he just indirectly forces you to buy this book. Trust me not even one page is relevant for GS.
All the best! Peace!!
But one suggestion for @amazon ...Pls instruct the guys handling books to be more careful and not to damage or distort the book due to mishandling. Else as a customer i would deter from purchasing books from your platform ...Thank you.
Theories of IR are covered very briefly .
Chapters are inadequate for UN arms treaty, wars, disarmament etc.
Design of book is irritating as it's divided in 9 sections after looking from index it's very difficult to reach on the target page as I don't know how long a section is and often u find yourself struggling with pages and sections of book.
It may be good(m not sure) for civil services but its definitely
unsuitable for Pol Sc. UGC NET IR