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2) It is said that India clinging to non-alignment as its international identity since Independence, which had little inclination for defence diplomacy with other nations, is now slowly building military partnerships around the world. Discuss this shift in India’s foreign policy.

Topic: Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests

2) It is said that India clinging to non-alignment as its international identity since Independence, which had little inclination for defence diplomacy with other nations, is now slowly building military partnerships around the world. Discuss this shift in India’s foreign policy. (200 Words)

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