1st Edition

The Hope And The Reality U.s.indian Relations From Roosevelt To Reagan

By Harold A Gould, Sumit Ganguly Copyright 1992
    231 Pages
    by Routledge

    240 Pages
    by Routledge

    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.

    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