Steering through the Changing World Order
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This book maps Indo-US relations from the turn of the last century. Amidst the changing world order, the bilateral ties between two of the world’s greatest democracies have evolved from the thorny exchanges post-nuclear testing to present-day’s bonhomie.
The essays in the volume include perspectives from political scientists, policymakers, and strategic studies experts which renew discussions on Indo-US collaborations and negotiations on a variety of traditional foreign policies issues, such as security, intervention, arms, and terrorism, as well as cover new and emerging issues including climate change and environmental protection, strategic cooperation and maritime partnership, and the role of Indian diaspora in the US economy.
The volume will be of great interest to scholars and researchers of political science and international relations. It will also be of use to foreign policy and diplomacy practitioners, career bureaucrats, and government think tanks.
Table of Contents
1. Natural Allies: The Growth of the Indo-American Relationship since the Cold War and its Implications for the Trump Administration
2. Legality of Economic Sanctions Imposed by US
3. India in US Grand Strategy for the 21st Century
4. Saga of Indo- US Climate Contestation and Cooperation: A Legal Analysis
Stellina Jolly and Gayathri D. Naik
5. US-India Maritime Partnership & the Trump Administration
6. America, India & Military Humanitarian Intervention
7. India’s Balancing Act Between Israel and Palestine vis-a-vis USA
8. India – US Defence Partnership
Shveta Dhaliwal teaches at the Department of Political Science and is Coordinator of the School of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India. She is also a Visiting Faculty, Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Czech Republic and has been appointed as Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law and Justice, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada. She is an International Post-Doctoral Fellow at the International Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Law (ICIRL), Laurentian University, Canada.