This book charts the relationship between the evolving governments of independent India and concurrent US presidential administrations. It provides an in-depth analysis of the motivations, external constraints and ideological agendas that characterized Indian-US relations.
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Strained Relationship -- U.S.-Indian Relations: The Early Phase -- The Kennedy Administration and India -- U.S.-Indian Relations, 1961–1963: Good Intentions and Uncertain Results -- U.S.-Indian Relations During the Lyndon Johnson Era -- U.S.-Indian Relations in the Nixon and Ford Years -- U.S. Policy Toward India During the Carter Presidency -- The Reagan Administration and India -- Congressional Attitudes Toward India -- Public Opinion and Policy Choices in U.S. Relations with India -- Long-term Trends and Patterns in Indian Public Opinion Toward the United States
Harold A. Gould, Šumit Ganguly