Was the Cold War chiefly a clash of national interests, with ideology only secondary?

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Power- both hard and soft is used to achieve a nation's goals. India has tremendous potential for soft power- its large diaspora, films, music, art and historical and cultural links with several countries around the world can all contribute to its soft power. India's regional policy after the 1990s is characterised by a shift from hard to soft power strategies...
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India's regional policy after the 1990s is characterised by a shift from hard to soft power strategies. The malign hegemon of the 1980s is now trying to become a benign hegemon in the 1990s. One example of this is the Gujral doctrine. Gujral introduced the principle of non-reciprocity, emphasising that India not only had a bigger responsibility but should give more to the smaller neighbours than she would receive...
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