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Poorly Chewed Cud

ample, Werner Levi's paper, dealing with the Shastri era, raises some very important questions about the shifts in Indian foreign policy but his treatment is sketchy and lacks depth. Rajan describes the diminution of India's role in world affairs in the post-Nehru era and identifies the various factors responsible for this; but, later, he returns to the familiar arguments that the objectives of Indian foreign policy remained unchanged and that "India continues to be genuinely non-aligned".

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