Between Two Fires: Towards an Understanding of Jawaharlal Nehru's Foreign Policy, Volume 2
Iqbal Singh Gives Us An Insightful Study Of India S Foreign Policy, During The Years Prime Minister Nehru Looked After The Foreign Office Portfolio As Well, Begining From 1947 To Bandung Conference And After. The Author Draws Exhaustively From Nehru S Own Writings, His Letters And Other Literature To Analyse And Critique The Thinking Of India S First Prime Minister Who Tried To Evolve A Meaningful Foreign Policy, Amidst A Belligerent Neighbour, The Machinations Of The Western Powers And A Uno Not Too Favourably Inclined Towards India.
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