The Diplomacy of India

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The Diplomacy of India

By Ross N. Berkes and Mohinder S. Bedi
Stanford University Press, 1958
221 pp. $5.00

A critical but not angry assessment of India's foreign policy in the United Nations, based chiefly on the official records of the General Assembly and its committees. On the whole the authors find the Indian position best explained by two themes: "India's climate of war theory . . . and its compulsive egalitarianism."

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