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Books | An uneven account

The collection seeks to highlight India's role in the Cold War-a time when the country was a peripheral actor in the international arena

There is no dearth of scholarship on Indian foreign policy. In fact, in recent years, academic and policy-oriented work on India's foreign relations has flourished. In part, this has been made possible in the past decade through the efforts of a new generation of enterprising, young researchers who have made deft use of newly declassified Indian, as well as foreign archives. Yet,

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