Stoessinger, John G.
April 1970
Foreign Affairs;Apr1970, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p589
This article presents information on books about international relations in South and Southeast Asia, including the Uncertain India: A Political Profile of Two Decades of Freedom, by Pran Chopra.


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