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" In the sphere of foreign affairs India will follow an independent policy, keeping away from the power politics of groups aligned one against the other. "
India and the United States: Estranged Democracies, 1941-1991 - Page 50
by Dennis Kux - 1992 - 514 pages
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The Cold War on the Periphery: The United States, India, and Pakistan

Robert J. McMahon, Robert Mcmahon, Robert Joseph McMahon - History - 1994 - 431 pages
...press conference several weeks later he was even more explicit: "In the sphere of foreign affairs, India will follow an independent policy, keeping away...from the power politics of groups aligned one against another."1 Nehru was determined that India never again become the "pawn" or "plaything" of other powers....
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The Eagle and the Peacock: U.S. Foreign Policy Toward India Since Independence

M. Srinivas Chary - History - 1995 - 194 pages
...bigpower alignments and self-determination for all Asians. In the sphere of foreign affairs, he declared, "India will follow an independent policy, keeping...from the power politics of groups aligned one against the other . . . India will uphold the principle of freedom for dependent peoples and will oppose racial...
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India's National Security Dilemma: The Pakistan Factor and India's Policy ...

Rajpal Budania - India - 2001 - 312 pages
...September 26, 1946 by Nehru as the leader of the Interim Government: In the sphere of foreign affairs India will follow an independent policy, keeping away...from the power politics of groups aligned one against another. She will uphold the principles of freedom for dependent peoples and will oppose racial discrimination...
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