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Indo-Russian military and nuclear cooperation : lessons and options for U.S. policy in South Asia

Author: Jerome M Conley
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In this book Jerome M. Conley argues that strained Indo-American relations stem from a deep nexus of historical factors. Conley begins his examination of the delicate balance of power in the region by looking back to the Moscow-New Delhi deal during the Cold War. He argues that the dialogue between the United States, India and Russia that was established during this era has persisted only because of American
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jerome M Conley
ISBN: 0739102176 9780739102176
OCLC Number: 44818532
Description: xiii, 164 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. The Cold War Years: 1947-1991 --
2. New Dynamics and Continuities: The Post-Cold War Era --
3. Indian Strategic Culture --
4. India's Nuclear Deterrent --
5. Policy Options for the United States.
Responsibility: Jerome M. Conley.
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This text argues that strained Indo-American arms relations stem from a deep nexus of historical factors. The book covers the history of Indo-American relations since the Cold War in 1947, and looks  Read more...

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Conley provides a lucid and concise overview of India's military relations with Russia from 1947 onwards. . . . A useful handbook for both the practitioner and the student beginning a deeper Read more...

 
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