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21. “Indira Doctrine” is considered an important aspect of India’s foreign policy for it defines
(A) The objectives of India’s foreign policy.
(B) It equates India’s security with that of the region and the predominance of India.
(C) India’s security is coterminous with the region and any interference of external powers is taken as a threat to India’s security.
(D) Doctrine enunciated by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi which was for the neighbours.

22. The main purpose of the Indo-Sri Lanka Accord was
(A) India’s war against Tamils.
(B) India’s intention to partition Sri Lanka.
(C) To end the ethnic strife between the Sinhalese and Tamils.
(D) To legalise Tamil Militant groups.

23. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum
(A) is part of a more general trend towards regional blocs.
(B) accounts for over half the world’s GDP
(C) has member states which include authoritarian regimes as well as democracies.
(D) All of the above are true.

24. Collective Security System of the UN is based on the principle of
(A) All for one, one for all
(B) Imposing sanctions against the belligerent state unilaterally
(C) Maintenance of security by the major powers
(D) Balance of power to be maintained by state of