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amounts to since the State Governments' investment in industry is minimal. Both the pace and the pattern of development will be affected as a result. But for that reason it would not do to proceed as if nothing has changed, to pretend THOUGH much of the international environment in which we live remains unchanging, there are some significant new trends in world politics which the framers of India's foreign policy can ill- afford to ignore. The trauma of 1962 has lasted long enough; it is necessary now to take note of the changing realities to plan a relevant foreign policy. The most important new development is that the limits of China's power and international role are fairly clear.

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