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Dialogue and Understanding: Central Asia and India: The Soviet and the Post-Soviet Era

 
Surendra Gopal (Author)
Synopsis

The book is a narrative of Indo-Central Asian contacts from November 1917 Revolution in Russia to 2002 i.e. a decade following the emergence of sovereign independent nations in Central Asia. After an initial spurt, the relations were virtually snapped but were restored after Stalin’s death when Indo-Russian friendship prospered under Khrushchev. The new relationship, guided by the Soviet government was mostly diplomatic and cultural. The birth of sovereign independent nations in Central Asian necessitated redefining the restructuring of Indo-Central Asian relations. They have become multi-dimensional and mutually satisfying. The book is useful for researchers and general readers interested in independent India’s relationship with its neighbours.

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About the author

Surendra Gopal

Surendra Gopal, Professor of History (retired), Patna University, has been working on Central Asian history from XVI Century onwards with special reference to Indian migration there for about two decades. He has published several articles on medieval Indian diaspora. He also edited a book entitled India and Central Asia: Cultural, Economic and Political Links (Shipra, 2001).

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Bibliographic information

Title Dialogue and Understanding: Central Asia and India: The Soviet and the Post-Soviet Era
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8175412372
length x+194p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm.