ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Non-Alignment Revisited

Non-Alignment Revisited B L Maheshwari THE foreign policy of a country is a function of its aspirations and capabilities in influencing the international environment, and so the theme of continuity and change is a characteristic of the foreign policies of all countries. Since neither the international system nor the domestic milieu of different countries is in static equilibrium, understanding of a country's foreign policy can be gained, not by a snapshot approach, but only by an analysis of its evolution. The present is the point where the past and the future converge and the present is always determined by a combination of historical experiences and aspirations for the future.

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