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Back Book Title Power and Diplomacy: India’s Foreign Policies during the Cold War

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Power and Diplomacy: India’s Foreign Policies during the Cold War
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- Zorawar Daulet Singh
- India
- Oxford University Press, New Delhi
- 9780199489640
- 2019
- Xv, 398 p. ; 22 cm. Bibliography Includes Index.
- 590 gms.
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"The notion that a monolithic idea of 'nonalignment' shaped India's foreign policy since its inception is a popular view. In Power and Diplomacy, Zorawar Daulet Singh challenges conventional wisdom by unveiling another layer of India's strategic culture. In a richly detailed narrative using new archival material, the author not only reconstructs the worldviews and strategies that underlay geopolitics during the Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi years, he also illuminates the significant transformation in Indian statecraft as policymakers redefined some of their fundamental precepts on India's role in in the subcontinent and beyond. His contention is that those exertions of Indian policymakers are equally apposite and relevant today.

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