US Policy Towards South Asia: Focus on Sixty Years

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Comprising over a dozen of contributed analytical and scholarly papers, authored by experts form India and USA — this book takes a critical look at the paradigm shift in the US policy towards S. Asia, particularly after the end of the cold war. The learned authors have provided their valuable and incisive observations on the key factors in the region that have affected US interests and policy and have also addressed the issue of US security cooperation in the region. Discussed particularly in detail are the Indo-US and Pak-US relations and the issues and factors having implications for these relations.


Dr. M. Saleem Kidwai b. Lucknow. M.A., Ph.D. in Political Science, Muslim University, Aligarh. Taught Post graduate classes at Kashmir University. Faculty Member, Centre for American Studies, SIS, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi since 1990. Fulbright Scholar in Residence at Villanova University, Pennsylvania, USA 2001-2002. Delivered lectures at various American Universities and colleges as Visiting Specialist on Islam under Fulbright Programme 2004. Author of two books. Contributed chapters to several volumes and score of research papers and articles to various leading newspapers and reputed periodicals. Won a good number of awards, prizes and certificates of merit in debates, essay writing and general knowledge competitions including 2 gold medals. Participated in several T.V. and radio programmes on current affairs. Attended a host of international and national seminars, conference and workshops. Travelled extensively and visited Pakistan, Thiland, Saudi Arabia, Austria, U.K., France and USA. Director (Hony.) International Centre for Peace Studies, New Delhi.


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US Policy Towards South Asia: Focus on Sixty Years
1st. ed.
xii+285p., 23cm.