Genocides and ethnic cleansing-india's foreign policy

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Genocides and ethnic cleansing-india's foreign policy

  1. Stick to the Old Foreign olicy

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  2. Stick to Geo-political interests for its economic growth

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  1. HEILTAMIL

    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    Putting aside minority appeasements ???

    Should India's Foreign policy should reflect upon its Geo-political, economic, growth, Fear of spheres of influence, and its ambition to become the super power?
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    Should it reflect upon the humanitarian and its indigenous Indic principles which was the main theme while its own nation's founding fathers and their views reflected upon the preamble and its directive principles while framing the constitution and its countries internal own matters, which was heavily influenced by its freedom struggle and slavery from a superior powerful colonial Masters , which incidentally influenced its 1971 era's,
    is India capable of taking that stance here after??
     
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    hard kicking from all corners might make it possible for GoI to take assertive stance.afterall they cant go any further with this treatment from neighbors and distant actors.
     
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    Agree with this!
    I don't understand what the hell this means!
     
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    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    well a brief study googling over those words might help you too understand it
    and feel free to post your perception without affecting DFI rules
    :namaste:
     
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    Does India count?
     
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    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    Well if you mean Does India count? in foreign affairs Yes, source-1971
    if
     
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    sasi Senior Member Senior Member

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    But 2013 isn't 1971. Old policy is expired in 1990.
     
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    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    ans so your vote would be??

    EDITED@: It was intended @sasi
     
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    My choice is not given! Put national interest first- we have to maintain constant pressure on our neighbours using all issues to establish both military and economic might in our region and at the same time we should seen as on the forefront in humantrian issue.
     
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    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    I can assure you both the options are of national interest,
    Sikkim, kashmir,,1971, IPKF are all on behalf of our national interests as well,

    and the question is about our policy towards it,
     
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    I believe national interest changes with time! In sikkim made sure it is part of India. In Kashmir we estabished control over it (still incomplete). In 1971 we made sure, a new nation is born and pak is divided. In IPKF, we sent our forces to broker peace between LTTE and G of SL(ended in Disastar and partial sucess). In last elam war 2002-2009, we provided two patrol ships, few mi 8 helis, chetak helis and some intellgence to G of SL to make sure LTTE is defeated.
     
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    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    your knowledge of history seems good enough.
    why In 1971 we made sure, a new nation is born and pak is divided.?
    2002-2009 we provided force to fight rebels,

    the question is about Genocide and Ethnic cleansing and our policy towards it
     
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    In 1971,regional and international situation( cold war) is favourable to us in creating a new nation.
    In 2002-2009, we have to change our policy. In today's world, no country will support or allow us, even if we are going to divide SL.(all will support only comprise). Time for dividing SL ended in 1990. Today's solution to elam tamil issue is 13th amend(ie. Separate state for tamils in SL like in India. Vote,languare,leaders,etc. ).
     
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    the question is not about why we bifurcated and created in Bangladesh and not in srilanka,

    the question is about Genocide and Ethnic cleansing and our policy towards it
     
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    i am not sure GOI, see this as a genocide. They see, this as a fallout of elam war.
     
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    You mean Nehruvian policy? That romantic fool never realised that McMahon line and Tibet as part of China are incompatible? That fool was too much worried about peaceful image than guarding national interests.
     
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    HEILTAMIL Regular Member

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    well i am not asking how they look at elam war
    i am asking about GOI stand about genocide and ethnic cleansing globally in its international community

    any sovereign government can acknowledge genocide and ethnic cleansing on its behalf or it may not acknowledge it or partially acknowledge it,
    and again

    the question is about Genocide and Ethnic cleansing and our foreign policy towards it
     
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    There can be no hard and fast policy in foreign affairs. The only parameter is national interest. Friends and enemies are not permanent, national interests are.

    PS: What is national view of ethnic cleansing of Pandits from Kashmir? First be clear about it, then look beyond borders.
     
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    I strongly condemn you, they are our illegal occupied territories,

    and i might remind you that even within our borders our non-friendly alien citizens are provided the diplomacy to live regardless of their ethnicity ,
    i am not asking about our international friends or enemies

    i am asking about the about Genocide and Ethnic cleansing and our foreign policy towards it
    @GPM
    so from your current stand i can assume that India currently acknowledge the genocide and Ethnic cleansing by a friendly neighbour
     
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    1971 war was in National interest.

    1) We had a refugee crises
    2) we had to cut Pak into two.

    If genocide and humanitarian causes influenced all decisions, we would have had India start another war for the cause of Gilgit Baltistan which is our land an undergoing oppression, Sindh and Balochistan where the Pakis are slaughtering te locals. But no we are not doing anything about it.
     
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