2 edition of Indian policy and attitudes towards Indo-China and S. E. A. T. O. found in the catalog.
Indian policy and attitudes towards Indo-China and S. E. A. T. O.
Vidya Prakash Dutt
|Statement||by Vidya Prakash Dutt and Vishal Singh. Submitted as a preparatory paper for the Twelfth Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations, Kyoto, Japan, Sept.-Oct. 1954, by the Indian Council of World Affairs.|
|Series||Indian paper,, no. 2|
|Contributions||Singh, Vishal, joint author., Institute of Pacific Relations (12th Conference : 1954 : Kyoto)|
|LC Classifications||DS518.9.I5 D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||56001348|
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