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Peace, Friendship and Cooperation

Brojendra Nath Bangerjee (Author)
Synopsis India has inherited a well-tested and consistent foreign policy with a commitment to non-alignment which has our national interest beyond our frontiers. India’s policy is to be friend with all countries on the basis of reciprocity and mutual benefit for peace and development. In a troubled and tension riddle world, India has a role to play because of its history, its geography and its faith in peaceful co-existence. In trying to live up to our responsibilities, India has followed the basic approach and principles bequeathed to us by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. Our leaders have pledged to preserve this precious legacy and to work for a united, strong and prosperous India, an India devoted to the cause of freedom, peace and development. Peace, friendship and cooperation with the soviet Union are a integral part of India’s foreign policy. Indian people regard the Soviet people as “trusted people” who have stood by India and its people in times of critical need. India looks forward to a rapid enlargement of this cooperation in stable and long term expansion for the benefit of the entire mankind and fundamentally opposes to all military alliances. For the inauguration of the Festival of India, Rajiv Gandhi’s visit to the Soviet Union is another manifestation of the special character of Indo-Soviet relations. The Festival of India in the USSR and the Festival of USSR in India to open in November 1987 are timed to mark major dates the 40th anniversary of India’s independence, and the 70th anniversary of the great October Socialist Revolution. Both the Festivals are worthy of these events in world history and meet their noble and humanistic purpose.
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About the author

Brojendra Nath Bangerjee

Brojendra Nath Bangerjee (1936) initially was a researcher in productivity both in Agriculture and Industrial sector at the national and international institutes and subsequently involved with the Ford Foundation, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, Indian Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), Processed Foods Export Promotion Council, Ministry of Commerce, Government of India and private sector large industrial Houses. He is a professional Consultant in Management and marketing and a well-known scholar in Economic Development and International Relations. He has authored several university level books which have been listed by the Raja Rammuhan Roy National Educational Resources Centre, Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India for the India Universities. Banerjee is also elected to the Dictionary of International Biography;s International Men of Achievement and International Who's Who. For his D.Litt. in Economics at the Calcutta University, his thesis was on India's Aid to its Neighbouring Countries (1982). He holds a Master Wheaton Graduate School, Wheaton, Illinois (USA).

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Title Peace, Friendship and Cooperation
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1987
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8170184606
length vii+208p., Figures; 23cm.