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4) What do you understand by de-hyphenated foreign policy? It is said that hyphenated foreign policy had handicapped our ability to forge ties that help our national interests. Do you think de-hyphenation would help Indian interests better? Discuss.

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

4) What do you understand by de-hyphenated foreign policy? It is said that hyphenated foreign policy had handicapped our ability to forge ties that help our national interests. Do you think de-hyphenation would help Indian interests better? Discuss. (200 Words)

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