Nehru – socialist government, alliance with Russia and effect on India’s economic independence
Nehru – socialist government, alliance with Russia and effect on India’s economic independence is documented in many aspects to be an individual that changed so many aspects of governance and leadership in the Indian country especially with the ways he interacted with the international community.
He has been described as a composite man who could be considered as English by the level of education he had achieved, a Muslim by his culture because of the particular values that he upheld in his leadership roles whereby important decisions were to be made and he was also considered as Hindu by birth.
Many critics have documented Nehru as a man who kept his mind clean and was also a man of moods. Nehru’s idea was to initiate change and to bring freedom to the Indian community as well as the entire population of oppressed humanity.
The different features that were attached to the freedom that was described as Nehru’s main plan included the social, economic, political, social as well as the freedom of an individual.
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This is the time that inspired Nehru to embrace a sympathetic approach that made the communist ideas more appealing to him as compared to other ideas that were fronted at the same time.
Jawaharlal Nehru was drawn to communism and socialism and this is the point that made Russia appeal to Nehru especially Soviet Russia.
At this point it, was said that Nehru was against unnecessary violence and ruthless suppression which were synonymous with the capitalist ideas that were embraced by the structures of governance at this time.
Political liberty did not mean enough to the people as they fought to stay alive due to fear of starvation that made the majority submit to the minority and their will and this is what inspired Nehru to think of an idea to initiate change in the state of affairs.
There were instances of violence in the international platform but, according to Jawaharlal Nehru, the violence in Russia was the one aimed at bringing a new order and real freedom for the people based on cooperation and peace (Neru, 1941).
The paper has facilitated a deeper understanding on the relationship with other countries either in the Western world or within the Asian community from which India hails from. Nehru inspired different reviews from different sections of the world to the point that he was admired and disliked in equal measure by the Indians.