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Indian foreign policy

Bal Ram Nanda

Indian foreign policy

the Nehru years

by Bal Ram Nanda

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Published by Vikas in Delhi .
Written in English

  • Nehru, Jawaharlal, -- 1889-1964,,
  • India -- Foreign relations.,
  • India -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by B.R. Nanda.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 279 p. ;
    Number of Pages279
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22066747M
    ISBN 100706903935

    In view of the destruction caused by two world wars, they realized that for the progress of a nation a durable world peace was needed. Having already proven its worth in regional authority, it now aspires to play and has been playing a superpower role in the world forum. Mehta and Bipul Chatterjee Indian foreign policy has traced its own path pertaining to the need and opportunity seen by our leadership. Andrew Kennedy, Australian National University. India has picked up the pace to reflect the maxim - "The closer geographically, economically and culturally relations you have, the greater is the need for closer interaction and reconfiguration of foreign policy and strategic interests.

    Srinath Raghavan, King's College London. West Asia policy[ edit ] Further information: Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Narendra Modi government Indian External Affairs Ministry refers the region of 'Middle east' as West Asia and not as Middle East which is a more popular attribution, particularly in the western countries. Non-aggression against each other. Again, the globalization led to the change in the priorities of even its chief votaries like India, which tried to adopt neo-liberal market economy principles in order to integrate with the emerging global order. Rani D. The leaders pledged to work together for colonial liberation, peace, and cultural, economic and political cooperation among developing countries.

    Wrapping up this wide sweep is a short but perceptive introduction and an even shorter and brutally sharp concluding section. India, along with its neighbours as have been organized in SAARC form a unique region and culture of the world. It has also been giving training to the police and bureaucrats of Nepal, Bhutan, Afghanistan and Maldives. India is one of the claimants of permanent membership of the Security Council. Paul Staniland, University of Chicago. Mehta and Bipul Chatterjee

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