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India, the United States' New Ally in Asia

Abstract : The years 1998 to 2004 of Vajpayee's government saw a turning point in India-U.S. relations. Although the first major decision this government made - the 1998 nuclear testing - brought on immediate sanctions from the United States, the warming detectible afterward has not waned. In January 2004, the two countries launched a joint initiative baptized Next Step in the Strategic Partnership (NSSP), a development to which Ambassador Blackwill - a close advisor to George W. Bush whose team in Washington he later joined - made a significant contribution (...).
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Christophe Jaffrelot. India, the United States' New Ally in Asia. 2005. ⟨hal-01065598⟩



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