STRATEGIC ANALYSIS

The Great Powers and the Sub-Continent: A New Phase?

The late Sisir Gupta was Professor of Diplomacy, at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
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  • January 2009
    Volume: 
    33
    Issue: 
    1
    From the Archives

    The emergence of Bangladesh as a sovereign independent republic and the manner in which it so emerged has radically altered the relative position of the Great Powers in South Asia. The change has been particularly remarkable for the two Super Powers, though the other three Great Powers also have been affected in one way or the other by the developments of 1971.

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