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This paper examines the dynamics of Indian foreign policy since 1971, when Indian regional dominance was confirmed by the break-up of Pakistan. Non-alignment has always been seen by India as a possible strategy, but increasingly it has had differing applications depending on relationships with the two superpowers. The author analyzes the impact of domestic, political and economic changes on foreign policy, looks at India's complex relationships both with its immediate neighbours and with the superpowers, and tries to assess its future role in the wider international scene.
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