What is forward policy in history?

A Forward Policy is a set of foreign policy doctrines applicable to territorial ambitions and disputes in which emphasis is placed on securing control of targeted territories by invasion and annexation or by the political creation of compliant buffer states.

It was a policy employed by Viceroy Lord Lytton in Afghanistan to curtail Russian ambitions towards South Asia.

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