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10 Years Of Great Global Unrest

Ten years, is certainly long enough, if not to change the world of diplomacy then at least to introduce a set of new actors and fundamentally new challenges for inertia-bound foreign policy wonks to grapple with.

10 Years Of Great Global Unrest
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10 Years Of Great Global Unrest
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2019-03-02T11:38:36+05:30

As per American socialist-cum- journalist John Reed’s gripping, minute-by-minute account of the Bolshevik-led October Rev­olution, the world’s first socialist state was birthed, and the final nail hammered on Tsarism’s coffin, in “10 days that shook the world”.

Ten years, therefore, is certainly long enough, if not to change the world of diplomacy then at least to introduce a set of new actors and fundamentally new challenges for inertia-bound foreign policy wonks to grapple with.

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