Author: Praveen K Chaudhry
Translator(s)/ Edito: Praveen K Chaudhry/Marta Vanduzer-Snow
Publisher: Sage Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9780761935940
Declassified documents are arguably the prime source for understanding global governance, current security concerns and the international market. This book, in its introduction, provides a comprehensive review of world politics, defining the United States and India as principal actors at this critical juncture. The documents cover not only US-India bilateral relations during the formative years, but also United State`s relations with colonial powers and its role in global governance.
Documents include papers from the Presidential Libraries - Franklin Roosevelt to Carter, the White House, National Security Council, Office of Strategic Services, Central Intelligence Agency, and selections from Foreign Relations (Department`s Diplomatic Papers, US Agency for International Development, Divisional Reports from the Department of State, and cables from several US embassies).
The first volume in this series explores: US Foreign Policy, US / UK relations, US / USSR in the near and Far East, Nehru, India`s Foreign Policy, India and Pakistan, Aid, and US Military Alliances. The volume is the first in a series that will provide information from declassified documents spanning the Franklin Roosevelt - Carter years. Other volumes in the series will examine India-China relations, India-Pakistan conflicts of 1965 and 1971, Kashmir, Nuclear Proliferation, and the Soviet and Chinese influence on India-US relations as well.
II: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY: PART I- THE POST-WAR PERIOD; PART II- SELECTIONS FROM DIFFERENT AGENCIES
III: UNITED STATES & GREAT BRITAIN
IV: UNITED STATES AND THE SOVIET UNION: NEAR AND FAR EAST
V: JAWAHARLAL NEHRU: PART I; PART II
VI: INDIA`S FOREIGN POLICY
VII: INDIA & PAKISTAN
IX: US WORLDWIDE: PART I- CONTRADICTIONS; PART II- US GLOBAL SYSTEM OF MILITARY ALLIANCES