Indo-US Relations in a Changing World: Proceedings of the Indo-US Strategic Symposium
Lancer Publishers, Jan 1, 1992 - India - 445 pages
The Present Phase Of Steady Upgradation Of The Relations Between The Worlds Most Powerful Democracy, And The World`S Largest Democracy Is, Qualitatively And Quantitatively Different From The Previous Experiences. This Volume Contains Papers Presented At The Second Indo-Us Strategic Symposium In Washington In 1989 And 1990.
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