India and the Commonwealth: A Symbiotic Relationship?

@article{Kreling2009IndiaAT,
  title={India and the Commonwealth: A Symbiotic Relationship?},
  author={Beth Kreling},
  journal={The Round Table},
  year={2009},
  volume={98},
  pages={49 - 66}
}
Abstract As an Indian Secretary General takes up the reins of the Commonwealth this analysis looks back to the symbiotic birth of India and the modern Commonwealth in 1947–1949. It asks whether we can learn anything from the decision-making process that brought them together initially that might inform our comprehension of their current relationship and the opportunities for further contemporary engagement. 
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