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This paper explores India's foreign policy strategies in its relationship with its neighbor Bhutan — probably one of the most asymmetric regional relationships in the world, and one that has come center stage in the context of the tensions between India and China over disputed territory in Doklam in 2017. Against this backdrop this paper takes a look back at the India–Bhutan relationship during the years 2007 to 2016, following Bhutan's transition to democracy. It focuses on two specific policydoi:10.11588/asien.2018.146.14496 fatcat:3oxphvbigjad7ngamrbg4e6jam