By Mr. Sameh Selim: Egypt and India and similar non-aligned policy

Mr. Sameh Selim

Egypt and India and similar non-aligned policy

By Mr. Sameh Selim- Member of US Agency Press

The history of the Non-Aligned Movement dates back to an international gathering that includes 120 members from developing countries. The movement is one of the results of World War II, which is the establishment of a neutral and unbiased current for the international policy of the great powers in the world. Leaders, most notably the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser and Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru, to see Tito in Belgrade in1961 .

In our contemporary era, the situation has changed after the control of the United States in the wake of the Cold War and the fall of the Russian bear at that time with the unipolar policy. It does not involve itself in regional conflicts or military alliances, even with disagreements with its neighbors. This wise policy, decades ago, led to the elimination of internal disputes first, and then came the stage of economic construction and progress, which supported its external relations with all countries of the world as a regional nuclear power and a financial partner to be reckoned with.

And here, Egypt has learned the lesson from India and is now following the same path of non-alignment once again in the current policy, which will achieve political, military, and development goals.

Many benefits will bring good to the two countries, such as the policy of non-alignment or involvement in military alliances that lead to ruin and collapse, which leads to balance in foreign policy between East and West with complete independence in the political decision. This is what India did in its balanced relations, as it is a friend of Russia and, at the same time, a friend of the United States. And there is border hostility between it and neighboring countries. In that case, it is also a member with China of the BRICS grouping, despite the differences, and this grouping brings together China, India, Russia, Brazil, and South Africa.

This is how India deals with wisdom and political cunning to preserve its interests, as well as its good relations with all countries of the world, which opens up multiple markets for its various products.

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