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American Policy Towards India The Larger Framework

Framework Baldev Raj Nayar The state of general relations between any two countries is most fundamentally defined by their strategic relationship. The latter constitutes, as it were, the ' understructure', disciplining the Superstructure' consisting of inter-state relations in the economic, cultural and political spheres. In the relations between a global power like the United States and a middle power like India, three strategic policies are open to the global power: containment, satellisation, and accommodation.

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