India in the Mirror of Foreign Diplomatic Archieves [sic]
Published in association with Centre de Sciences Humaines, New Delhi. This book proceeds from the co-existence of Indian secrecy over its diplomatic records that stifles academic inquiry and the release of significant materials from foreign archives which offers the fascinating possibility of understanding India's external policy through the primary sources of others. Words written by the American, British, French and Soviet diplomats does not just chronicle a quarter century of international politics; it helps to understand the driving themes of the bilateral relations, the respective expectations and the way India tried to pursue its national interest during the Cold War.
ما يقوله الناس - كتابة مراجعة
لم نعثر على أي مراجعات في الأماكن المعتادة.
The Soviet Perception of Indias Foreign Policy
List of Contributors
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
According administration Affairs agreement Ambassador American archives Asian assistance attitude August Bangladesh became become Beijing British China Chinese colonial communism Communist concerned Conference Congress considered countries course December Delhi Department diplomacy diplomatic direct discussion Dispatch Dulles East economic Eisenhower Embassy establish external fact favour February forces foreign policy France French FRUS fund Gandhi hope Ibid important independence Indo-China influence interest inventory issue January July Kashmir Kissinger leaders Letter London March meeting Memorandum of conversation military Ministry Moscow Nehru Nixon Note November October official Pakistan Paris Party Planning political position possible President problem question reason refused regarding region relations representative role Russian Secretary Security Council seemed side situation South Asia Soviet Union talks told treaty UKHC in India understand United USSR wanted Washington West Western wrote