[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
M. Wight, Power Politics (London: Penguin Books, 1979), p. 23.
Wight
23
Power Politics
1979
2
B. Buzan and G. Rizvi, eds., South Asian Insecurity and the Great Powers (London: Macmillan, 1986), p. 22.
Buzan
22
South Asian Insecurity and the Great Powers
1986
3
Ashok Kapur, "Indian Se- curity and Defence Policies Under Indira Gandhi," Journal of Asian and African Studies, 22: 3 and 4 (July, October 1987), pp. 175-93.
Kapur
3
175
22
Journal of Asian and African Studies
1987
4
A. Lamb, Asian Frontiers (New York: Praeger, 1968), pp. 4-9.
Lamb
4
Asian Frontiers
1968
8
L. J. Cantori and S. L. Spiegel, in The International Politics of Regions (Prentice-Hall, 1970), speak of an "intrusive system."
Cantori
intrusive system
The International Politics of Regions
1970
9
Leo Rose asserts that the "basic principle underlying India's regional policy since 1947 has been its undeclared claim to hegemony in South Asia," in J. N. Rosenau, et al., eds., World Politics (New York: Free Press, 1976), p. 214.
Rose
basic principle underlying India's regional policy since 1947 has been its undeclared claim to hegemony in South Asia
214
World Politics
1976
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