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From its foundation on 28 December 1885 by . Hume, a retired British officer, until the time India gained its independence on 15 August 1947, the Indian National Congress was considered to be the largest and most prominent Indian public organization, as well as the central and defining influence of the long Indian Independence Movement.
a regional hegemon in East Asia; and pursing these goals as part of a larger . strategy for competing strategically and managing relations with China. EEZs in South China Sea and East China Sea. Throughout its history, the United States has asserted a key national interest in preserving the freedom of the seas, often calling on its military forces to protect that interest. Following independence, one of the . Navy’s first missions was to defend .
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Indian National Congress. Its Affiliates in South and East Asia. Published December 1986 by South Asia Books.
India and its Contradictions. New Delhi: Penguin Books. Indiiskaya pomoshch' stranam Yuzhnoi i Yugo-Vostochnoi Azii. Vestnik MGIMO-Universiteta, 4, p. 19-128. Inostrannaya pomoshch'. Moscow: MGIMO-University. Mezhdunarodnyi institut inostrannoi pomoshchi. Vestnik MGIMO-Universiteta, 4, pp. 78.
Security in East Asia and Military Buildup by Asian Powers and India. objectives of China (the preservation of its territorial integrity, national unity and the provision of maritime security as well as protection of the country’s interests in the surrounding seas), as well as give it a chance to perform combat missions in the Taiwan area and the territories adjacent to China where other countries’ naval forces (primarily those of the USA.
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Most books on Indian history deal with Congress, here a few examples that go into specific depth . India Office Files (including L/PJ files on Indian National Congress in London), Asian and African Studies Reading Room, British Library, St Pancras
Kaul, Chandrika, Reporting the Raj: The British Press and India . 880-1922 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003). India Office Files (including L/PJ files on Indian National Congress in London), Asian and African Studies Reading Room, British Library, St Pancras. Labour History Archive and Study Centre, People's History Museum, Manchester. National Archives of India, New Delhi.