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Imperative of Reforming India's Foreign Policy

India's foreign policy ambitions have centred around obtaining a permanent seat in the Security Council, which is a self-defeating pursuit as the UN organ is itself anti-democratic. Instead, the country should demonstrate the resourcefulness and political will to lead a campaign to abolish the Security Council and empower the General Assembly. Similarly, India needs to take the lead in reforming the Commonwealth, which presently acts as an apologist for imperialism, lacks a negotiated statute and is headed by the British Queen.

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