India’s Foreign Policy by Jawaharlal Nehru

The book India’s Foreign Policy has written by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru PDF. 

Book Name – India’s Foreign Policy,
Language – English,
Author – Jawaharlal Nehru,
Book Format – PDF,
PDF Size – 48 MB,
Book Pages – 640,

India’s Foreign Policy by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru PDF.

It is planned to compile the book India’s Foreign Policy in a way that brings together the basics of Indian foreign policy and makes it easier to find in one place. There is no better way to present it than in the language of the country’s chief spokesman, or what could be better. The Prime Minister’s speeches and statements in Parliament have been selected by collecting all elements from the official record of the press, the North at the conference and speeches elsewhere in the country and abroad. They cover a period of 15 years from September 1946. When the interim government was established as the first step in the transfer of power. Until April 1961, most speeches and addresses were unnecessary. In some cases it has been translated from the original Hindi. The lectures are divided into 13 sections. The first ten lectures outline the basic tenets of India’s foreign policy.

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Freedom of thought and action, opposition to colonialism and racism, and the need for peaceful coexistence. They find the evolution of specific principles in line with these concepts in order to adapt to emerging situations. The last three sections deal with India’s relations with individual countries in Asia and Africa, Europe and America. Countries are listed alphabetically, and the lectures and address formats in each category are chronological. The book is selective and not exhaustive. This volume has created by Selected Speeches, on September 1946 ad up to April 1961.
This book will be able to give the readers a clear idea about the foreign policy of India. Therefore, the PDF file of the book has been collected and presented to the readers in a clear way on this web page.

India’s Foreign Policy PDF.

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