India in the Mirror of Foreign Diplomatic Archieves [sic]

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Max Jean Zins, Gilles Boquérat
Manohar, 2004 - Archives - 138 pages
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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.

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Max-Jean Zins is a senior researcher at the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique). He is presently attached to the Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales, Paris, and is also a member of the Centre d'Etudes de l'Inde et de l'Asie du Sud, Paris. His latest book is titled Pakistan: The Quest for Identity (Paris: Belin-La Documentation Française, 2001). While Working on this project, he had been associated with the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington.

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