India and the Cold War
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India and the Cold War

Overview

Contributors draw on a wide array of new material, from recently opened archival sources to literature and film, and meld approaches from diplomatic history to development studies to explain the choices India made and to frame the decisions by its policymakers. Together, the essays demonstrate how India became a powerful symbol of decolonization and an advocate of non-alignment, disarmament and global governance as it stood between the United States and the Soviet Union, actively fostering dialogue and attempting to forge friendships without entering into formal alliances. Sweeping in its scope yet nuanced in its analysis, this is the authoritative account of India and the Cold War.

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280 Pages | ISBN13 9780670092598
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Manu Bhagavan
Manu Bhagavan
Manu Bhagavan is professor of history and human rights at the Hunter College and the Graduate Center-the City University of New York.
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