18 Jun '16, 4am

Were it not for Nehru, India would have been a UNSC member, Global Power already

If their recent records in office are any indication, the BJP and the Congress, despite their serious differences on many issues, agree on three important foreign policy goals. 1) India becoming a permanent power in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), 2) India gaining global legitimacy as a nuclear power even if it is not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) 3) India emerging as a major global power, particularly in what is now called the Indo-Pacific region. In fact, Indian diplomats, whether under Manmohan Singh or under Narendra Modi, have been striving very hard towards the realisation of these three goals. However, it is great irony that all these three goals were eminently realisable in the past. In fact, all the three exalted statuses that India wants to have (rather, deserves to have) were offered to India on a platter by the then-power...

Full article: http://www.defencenews.in/article/Were-it-not-for-Nehru,-...

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