INDO – SRI LANKAN RELATIONS DURING NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE GOVERNMENT – AN OVERVIEW
Received: 30.04.2021; Revised: 29.06.2021, Accepted: 28.07.2021, Published Online: 18.08.2021
Ph.D. Research Scholar (Full Time) Department of Political Science & Public Administration, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India – 608 002.1
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science & Public Administration, Annamalai University, Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu, India – 608 002.2
The term International Relations was coined by Jeremy Bentham is a father of Utilitarianism Principle is focused on “To Create Pleasure and Avoid Pain”. Then the father of International Relations Hans J. Morgenthau has focused the Foreign Policy at International Level. The term International Relations or Foreign Policy is considered more extensive in scope as it is the investigation of the entire connections of any individuals and gatherings on the world society it covers all the parts of Foreign Policy can develop a complex and dynamic political course that a state follows in its interaction with other nations. Likewise, Indo – Sri Lankan Relations main architect as well as the First Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru was started Indo – Sri Lankan Relations from 1950 onwards and also India and Sri Lanka are maintaining traditional diplomatic relations in various fields like common extensive cultural, intellectual, religious, linguistic, economic and defence ties to establish a general sphere of influence in the regional wise adopting Non – Alignment Principle to away from the world superpowers influence. Likewise, this research paper is based on available secondary sources going to make a qualitative attempt to trace the Origin and Development of Indo – Sri Lankan relations, Finally, this paper is going to follow the Systematic Search of what are the achievements are done among its relations between India and Sri Lanka during the period of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government in India.
KEYWORDS: Diplomatic, Dynamic, Extensive, Intellectual, Qualitative, Utilitarianism.