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Why have relations between India and the United States so often been troubled, and what can be done to improve them in the aftermath of the Cold War? Does India matter to the Untied States? Is India a "basket case," or is it emerging as a major economic and military power?The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace invited 34 experts to conduct a structured examination of key issues likely to affect relations between Washington and New Delhi in the Nineties. The Carnegie Study Group on U.S.-Indian relations in a Changing International Environment, under the chairmanship of two former U.S. Ambassadors to India, Harry G. Barnes, Jr., and Robert Gohen, embrace scholars, business leaders, American officials, members of Congress and other who shape relations between the world's largest democracies. Based on deliberations since May 1991, their report presents recommendations to both governments on a wide range of issues, including nuclear and missile proliferation, South Asian arms control, U.S.-Indian military cooperation, trade and investment, the Kashmir dispute and human rights abuses.
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Book Description Brookings Inst Pr, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0870030280