Changing us foreign policy toward india takes a refreshing and unconventional approach to understanding us india relations after the cold war india achieved a much higher profile among us policy makers the author provides a critical constructivist analysis of this changing profile. C van de wetering changing us foreign policy toward india doi101057 978 1 137 54862 7 1 chapter 1 introduction the usa and india have enjoyed closer relations during the last few us administrations than during the cold war 1 as president george wbush said in 2005 india and the united states are separated by half a globe. India united states relations or indo american relations refers to the international relations that exist between the republic of india and the united states of america prominent leaders of indias freedom movement had friendly relations with the united states of america which continued well after independence from great britain in 1947. This book uncovers how us india relations have changed and intensified during the administrations of bill clinton george bush jr and barack obama throughout the cold war us india relations were often distant and volatile as india mostly received attention at times of grave international crises . On may 17 2017 at 1115 1245 the research group on diplomacy and global affairs will host a book launch of dr carina van de weterings new monograph changing us foreign policy toward india us india relations since the cold war which has recently been published by palgrave macmillan
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