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versión On-line ISSN 0718-2376
ROSS, César. LA POLÍTICA EXTERIOR INDIA DURANTE LA GUERRA FRÍA. Universum [online]. 2010, vol.25, n.1, pp.152-173. ISSN 0718-2376. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-23762010000100011.
This article examines India's foreign policy priorities during the years of the Cold War with a focus on international relations. As in the rest of the world, the India's foreign policy was marked by the dynamics of continuity and change in world policy, associated with the historical period of the Cold War (1947-90) and its impact on the neighbouring and regional context of India. As its hypothesis this article argues that this period was characterized by the challenges of consolidating the autonomy of independence, which means: achieving development; solving disputes arising from conflicts with neighbours; and, presenting India as a country committed to peace, which explains not only its position against war and the use of nuclear weapons, but also, with respect to one of the most original aspects of Indian foreign policy, its status as a non-aligned country.
Palabras clave : India; Foreign policy; International agenda; Cold War.