India and the International System
This Volume Contains A Selection Of Professor Sisir Gupta`S Writings (Other Than His Two Book And A Pamphlet) On India`S Foreign Policy/Relations And On International Affairs. An Eminent Political Scientist Prof. Gupta Was The First Professor Of Diplomatic Studies At The Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi.
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