Autonomy and dependence in India's relations with the Soviet Union since the Treaty of 1971

Syed Akbaruddin
Systemic differences in terms of political, social and economic values have not always prevented nations from collaborating with each other nor have affinity in values prevented them from fighting with each other. Nevertheless when the Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace, Friendship and Cooperation symbolising a closer relationship between the two states was signed on August 9, 1971 it created a flutter among observers of politics among states. It evoked an impassioned debate, both in India and...
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