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Which of the following best describes India's Cold War stance of Nonalignment? A. India didn't pick sides between the Soviet Union and the United States. B. India didn't embrace either full communism or capitalism. C. India refused to enter into alliances with any nation. D. India stayed neutral in regards to Pakistan.
India didn't pick sides between the Soviet Union and the United States. - best describes India's Cold War stance of Nonalignment.
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India didn't pick sides between the Soviet Union and the United States. - best describes India's Cold War stance of Nonalignment.
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