India's foreign policy: continuity and change
World focus in association with Academic Excellence, Jan 1, 2008 - History - 309 pages
WORLD FOCUS is a widely read monthly journal of discussion, completing twenty-eight years of publication by December 2007. World Focus brings out a discussion on current affairs which have a bearing on international affairs, economic diplomacy, foreign policy and national security issues.
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