The United States and India are enjoying increasingly close relations. This represents a transformation of the two countries' past relationship, which was characterized by suspicion and distrust. This change, which began with the end of the Cold War, has resulted from a convergence of structural, domestic, and individual leadership factors.
The Transformation of U.S.-India Relations: An Explanation for the Rapprochement and Prospects for the Future
S. Paul Kapur is visiting professor at Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation. He is on leave from the U.S. Naval War College, where he is Associate Professor in the Department of Strategic Research.
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S. Paul Kapur, Sumit Ganguly; The Transformation of U.S.-India Relations: An Explanation for the Rapprochement and Prospects for the Future. Asian Survey 1 August 2007; 47 (4): 642–656. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2007.47.4.642
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