Summary: ‘The Indian Civil Service & Indian Foreign Policy, 1923-61’ by Dr. Amit Das Gupta looks at India’s approach to foreign policy in the last leg of British rule and the following era of post-independence. The discussion was chaired by Amb. Nirupama M Rao.
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