4 edition of Indo-Soviet relations, 1947-1972 found in the catalog.
Indo-Soviet relations, 1947-1972
|Statement||[by] Bimal Prasad.|
|LC Classifications||DS450.R8 P7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 494 p.|
|Number of Pages||494|
|LC Control Number||73905180|
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BOOK REVIEWS INDO-SOVIET RELATIONS * A Review Article THE has been development a remarkable of Indo-Soviet phenomenon relations and hence in the a subject post-War of consider- period has been a remarkable phenomenon and hence a subject of consider- able interest for research. Ocean, given the importance of Indo-Soviet relations. To accomplish such a study, it will be necessary to examine the historical background of Indo-Soviet relations from the Stalin years () to the post-Khrushchev period () in order to explicate the new power re-lations in the Indian Ocean and the rivalry between the two.
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Texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to 1947-1972 book. Top Indo-Soviet relations, ; a documentary study by Prasad, Bimla, Publication date TopicsPages: Genre/Form: Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Prasad, Bimal, Indo-Soviet relations, Bombay, Allied Publishers .
Prasad, Bimal, ed. Indo-Soviet Relations, – A Documentary Study (Bombay: Allied Publishers, ) External links [ edit ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Relations Embassy of India, Moscow, Russia: 1947-1972 book of. India - Foreign relations - Soviet Union - Sources.; India; Soviet Union - Foreign relations - India - Sources.
Indo-Soviet relations, a documentary study / [by] Bimal Prasad - Details - Trove. UN Statistical year Book US Congressional Records House of Peoples Debates Lok Sabha Debates Prasad, Bimal, Indo-Soviet Relations,A Documentary Study, Allied Publishers, Delhi, Vinod (ed), Indo-Soviet Relations, Problems & Prospects, Panchsheel Pub.
New Delhi, York, Barnet, Richard J., The Alliance America. This monograph seeks to highlight India s relations with the USSR from the day of independence that is 15 August to the consummation of second liberation in the form of the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent state in December This happened to be the most crucial period in the contemporary history of India in that Indo-Soviet relations coincided with the formative period in our foreign policy 5/5(1).
Title: INDO-SOVIET RELATIONS Subject: INDO-SOVIET RELATIONS Keywords. Indo-Soviet Relations (Before Independence to ) presents a synthesis of Indian foreign policy with Soviet Union till It is the reflection of our Prime MinisterÕs vision towards Soviet Union relations.
Basically, this book covers the basic principles and methods of Indian foreign policy. The Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation, signed in Augustreflected the high peak reached in Indo-Soviet relations.
This Treaty became an important safeguard for India’s security, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Bhatia, Vinod- Jawaharlal Nehru and the Making of Indo-Soviet RelationsPanchsheel Publishers, Delhi, Bimal Prasad, Ed., Indo-Soviet Relations A documentary study, Allied, New Delhi, The Delhi Declaration: Cardinal of IndoSoviet Relations: A Bibliographical Study Book Review Great eBook and useful one.
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Books Advanced Search New Releases & Pre-orders Best Sellers Browse Genres Children's & Young Adult Textbooks Exam Central All Indian Languages 5 results for Books:. Indo-Soviet relations Early relations. India's relation to Soviet Union initially after the former's independence was ambivalent, guided by Nehru's decision to remain non-aligned, and his government's active part in the Commonwealth of r, in Februarythe U.S.
administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower announced the decision to provide arms to Pakistan, followed a. Books. Selected works of Jayaprakash Narayan, ed. Bimal Prasad ; The origins of Indian foreign policy: the Indian National Congress and world affairs,Bimal Prasad, ; Indo-Soviet relations, a documentary study, Bimal Prasad, ; India's foreign policy: studies in continuity and change, ed.
Bimal Prasad, Indo-Soviet Relations Shorn of rhetoric; the central aspect of the Indo-Soviet relationship has always been the Indian government's security concerns.
It needs to be recalled that the genesis of the Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace and Friendship, which has been hailed as a bulwark for "promoting peace and stability in Asia and the world" in the joint statement issued at the end.
Significance of Indo-Russian Relations in 21st Century, Delhi: Kalpaz Publications, ) Historically, the USSR under Stalin was suspicious of the genuineness of India’s independence and non-alignment. However, Indo-Soviet bonhomie started with Jawaharlal Nehru’s visit to the USSR in June and the.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ray, Hemen, Indo-Soviet relations, Bombay, Jaico Pub. House, (OCoLC) Document Type. Indo-Soviet Relations in the Nehru years: the view from New Delhi by Surjit Mansingh. On 7 SeptemberIndia’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, set out the template of independent India’s foreign policy in his broadcast to the nation as head of a new interim.
The author wishes to thank the two anonymous reviewers for their very useful comments on an earlier draft of this article. Arthur Stein, India and the Soviet Union: The Nehru Era (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ).
For a seminal account of Indian policy toward the U.S. and its implications for larger Indian foreign policy during the Cold War, see Dennis Kux, India and the. Indo-Soviet relations,a documentary study / Bimal Prasad. Bombay: Allied Publishers, Van Pelt Library: DSR8 P7; The North-eastern frontier: a documentary study of the internecine rivalry between India, Tibet, and China / Parshotam Mehra.
2. India’s bilateral relations with the US were bound to affect Indo-Soviet relations. Therefore, the research question of this extended essay is: To what extent were positive Indo-Soviet relations a result of US foreign policy during the Eisenhower and Kennedy () administrations?
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