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Indo Us Nuclear Deal

Author : P R Chari
ISBN : 9781317809807
Genre : Political Science
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This book interrogates the Indo-US civil nuclear agreement from its inception in July 2005 to its conclusion in the latter part of 2008 through 12 articles, each of which focuses on different aspects of the deal. They discuss the factors that facilitated the deal, the roadblocks that were encountered, and the implications of the deal for the future of India’s foreign policy, its energy security and the international non-proliferation regime. Together, they address the internal political dynamics in India and the United States in order to present perspectives of both countries.

India Us Nuclear Deal

Author : Carl Paddock
ISBN : 9789380297002
Genre : India
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India is not a great power yet, but it has the potential to emerge as one. That is why, United States pays closer attention to India's role in the regional balance. The strategic significance of the nuclear deal, signed between India and the US, can be appreciated only in the context of the changing US geopolitical strategy and the evolving US-India relationship. This book addresses the wide-ranging issues concerning the Indo-US Nuclear Deal. Making a critical assessment of India's energy policy, it describes in detail the agreement with IAEA, NSG waiver, the political fallouts of the deal, its implications for South Asia, and the China factor. The texts of the agreement, the Hyde Act, and India-IAEA Safeguards Agreements have also been appended.

A Debate To Remember

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Estranged Democracies

Author : Dennis Kux
ISBN : UOM:39015034394141
Genre : Political Science
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Tracing the relations between India and the United States from 1941 to 1991, this historical account finds that the differences between the two countries stemmed less from lack of dialogue, misperceptions or misunderstandings than from fundamental disagreements over basic national security policies. This book is organized chronologically, with chapters dealing with each American president from Roosevelt to Bush.

Nuclear Disarmament

Author : P. M. Kamath
ISBN : 9781781907238
Genre : Political Science
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This volume presents a range of views on the current state of global nuclear disarmament from eminent scholars from India, Israel and France. Chapters present and analyse the relationships between India, Pakistan and the USA, Russia and the USA, the position of the EU and of Israel.

Indo Us Relations

Author : Nirode Mohanty
ISBN : 9781498503938
Genre : Political Science
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The purpose of this book is to narrate important, dynamic events that have taken place in the Indo–U.S. relations, beginning from 1943 to 2013. This includes the American role in India's independence, the Cold War, demise of the Soviet Union, resurgence of Islamic fundamentalism, terrorists' attack of American cities in 2001, decline of American power, rise of India, and rise of China. The study is confined to only three areas: terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and nuclear energy. The defining moment of the twenty-first century occurred in 2008 when these two estranged great democracies engaged one another to work on common goals and establish a strategic relationship between two natural allies.

Engaging India

Author : Strobe Talbott
ISBN : 0815721250
Genre : Political Science
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In this revised edition of the highly praised Engaging India, Strobe Talbott updates his bestselling diplomatic account of America's parallel negotiations with India and Pakistan over nuclear proliferation in the late 1990s. The update looks at recent nuclear dealings between India and the United States, including Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's 2005 visit to America. Under the highly controversial agreement that emerged, the United States would give India access to U.S. nuclear technology and conventional weapons systems. In exchange, India would place its civilian nuclear program under international monitoring and continue the ban on nuclear testing. Praise for the hardback edition "A fascinating study of how diplomatic dialogue can slowly broaden to include subtle considerations of the domestic politics and foreign policies of both countries involved." Foreign Affairs "An important addition to the literature of modern diplomatic history."—Choice "Detailed and revealing... an honest behind-the-scenes look at how countries make and defend policies.... A must-read for any student of diplomacy."—Outlook (India) "A rapidly engrossing work and a welcome addition to modern world history shelves."—Reviewer's Bookwatch "A highly engaging book; lucid, informative and at times, amusing."—International Affairs

Impossible Allies

Author : C. Raja Mohan
ISBN : UVA:X030220258
Genre : Political Science
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Engaging Africa

Author : Witney Wright Schneidman
ISBN : 0761828125
Genre : Business & Economics
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Engaging Africa: Washington and the Fall of Portugal's Colonial Empire tells the story of how successive administrations Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford tried to maintain the confidence of their NATO ally, Portugal, while facilitating the process of decolonization in Angola and Mozambique. Ultimately becoming an epic battle of democracy versus dictatorship, African nationalism versus geo-strategic pre-eminence, and East versus West, this book, largely based on primary sources, tells the story of one of the Cold War's most intense confrontations."

The Eagle And The Elephant

Author : Raymond E. Vickery Jr.
ISBN : 1421400731
Genre : Political Science
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This interaction, Vickery argues, has the potential to increase intergovernmental confidence and cooperation in areas vital to both countries and to world security and peace.

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