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Indian Foreign Policy, 1947-64

Deepak Lal Indian foreign policy has been marked by a complete lack of ideological thinking, and, in fact, has been very pragmatic. It has been based on a coherent and valid model which embodies value assumptions that the author strongly supports. It would be a great pity therefore if, bewitched by the mechanistic models of the so-called realists, Indian foreign policy were to shelve the internationalist value assumptions in its model.

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