The United States and India
The Formative Years
governance, current security concerns and the international market. This book`s
introduction provides a comprehensive review of world politics, defining the US
and India as actors at this critical juncture. The documents cover not only US-India
bilateral relations during the formative years, but also US relations with colonial
powers and its role in global governance.
Documents include papers from the Presidential LibrariesFDR to Carter,
the White House, National Security Council, Office of Strategic Services, Central
Intelligence Agency, and selections from Foreign Relations Department`s Diplomatic
Papers, reports of US Agency for International Development, Divisional Reports
from the Department of State, and cables from several US embassies.
The first volume explores the following topics: US Foreign Policy, US &
UK relations, US & USSR in the near and Far East, Nehru, India`s Foreign
Policy, India and Pakistan, and Aid. The volume is the first in a series to
provide declassified documents spanning the Franklin D Roosevelt-Carter years.
Other volumes in the series will examine India-China relations, India-Pakistan
conflicts of 1965 and 1971, Kashmir, Nuclear Proliferation, and the Soviet and
Chinese influence on India-US relations as well.
684 pages; ISBN 9788178299792
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Title: The United States and India
Author: Praveen K Chaudhry; Marta Vanduzer-Snow