Indo-American Relations: Foreign Policy Orientations and Perspectives of P.V. Narasimha Rao and Bill Clinton
"The Post-cold war era provided an opportunity to India and America to rapproach and repair their bilateral relations damaged by earlier cold war perceptions. The erosion of irritating issues and the emergence of conciliatory propositions opened a new vista of cooperative relationships. What is the nature and status of Indo-US relations during the Rao-Clinton period? What could be the likely nature of the relations between the two countries in future? This book attempts to answer these questions. The difficulty with India is how to relate itself with the single dominant global power, while at the same time maintaining its independent stature and promoting a global role for itself. The US, too, is in a fix over determining India's place in the changed international relations"--Dust jacket.
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