"This book is a sincere sholary endeavor to examine different aspects of American
Strategy towards South Asia in the Post Cold-War period. After the disintegration of the
Soviet Union and demise of Cold-war, South Asia-a low priority region during the entire
cold war period, suddenly figured quite prominently in the American strategic design in
the aftermath of the cold war. Altered global strategic scenario in the wake of
Globalization and fast occurring developments in West Asia, Afghanistan, Central Asia,
rise of China and growing tentacles of terriorism are the factors accountable for this
paradigm shift in American Strategy. Professor Kumar has meticulously discussed all these
factors with remarkable clarity. It also focuses upon the newly ingrained bonhomie between
India and the US under the new political dispensations both in New Delhi and Washington.
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of American Strategy towards South Asia in the
twenty first century."
2. American Strategy in South Asia : A Comparative View of Cold War and Post Cold War
3. Strategic Environment of South Asia and the U.S.A
4. Indo-U.S. Relations in the Post Cold War Period
5. U.S. Pak Relations in the Post Cold War Period