Post 9/11 United States - India Relations
Edited by: Amulya K. Tripathy
This book analyzes how US-India relations have entered into a new phase with the commitment of both countries to fight against global and transnational terrorism. The 9/11 terrorist attacks on the economic and military symbols of the US and the "26/11" Mumbai attack have brought both countries closer together to deal with this global concern. Both countries have realized that the danger of terrorism transcends the boundaries of nations, religions, cultures, and faiths. The book suggests that the foreign policy credentials of both India and US should be oriented to work together to fight against the menace of global terrorism. This could lead to a renewed relationship to address other growing and alarming dangers to the countries of South Asia, as well as with the international community.
Publication Date: 11/25/2013