Q. 45.0( 1 Vote )
Answer in two or
(a) The objectives of India’s Foreign Policy are:
1. Promote international peace & Security.
2. Maintaining just and honorable relation with nations
3. Foster respect for international law.
4. Encourage on resolving international issues peacefully through tribunals.
(b) The Panchsheel principle of India’s foreign policy is:
1. Mutual respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty
2. Mutual Non- Aggressions.
3. Mutual on Interference in each others’ internal affairs.
4. Equality and Mutual benefits.
5. Peaceful co- existence.
(c) during the cold war when the world was divided into two fronts India along with some nations proposed a movement called Non-Aligned Movement that resisted joining any front, it opposed colonialism, imperialism. It motivated less developed nations to come together and gave confidence to these countries to stand with dignity in international politics.
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