India’s foreign policy in the second half of the 20th century

During the Cold War, India adhered to a policy of non-alignment and was one of the founders of this movement. However, India remains tense with Pakistan over disputed border areas. In 1971, the crisis in East Pakistan became the cause of another war between India and Pakistan. The outbreak of the uprising in this densely populated and one of the world’s poorest provinces caused an influx of millions of refugees into India. It was followed by a military conflict. Indian troops occupied the territory of East Pakistan, which became the independent state of Bangladesh.

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