US Foreign Policy Decision Making During the India-Pakistan Conflict Of 1999

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US Foreign Policy Decision Making During the India-Pakistan Conflict Of 1999

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Research Question

This research analyses US foreign policy decision making while mediating between India and Pakistan in a conflict over Kashmir in 1999, which had nuclear overtones.

Significance

His fieldwork should reveal the nature of the decision making in the US foreign policy establishment and the contributions different actors made to the resolution of this crisis.

Methods Used

Raman’s fieldwork includes archival research at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas and at the National Archives in Washington D.C. as well as interviews of key personalities involved in decision making in both the US and India.

Conclusions/Outcomes

With the on-going transformation in US-India strategic relations, the expertise gained by him in this field will directly contribute to his career growth in the Indian military and help promote US-India ties.

Publication Date

Summer 2015

Disciplines

Asian Studies | International and Area Studies | Other International and Area Studies

US Foreign Policy Decision Making During the India-Pakistan Conflict Of 1999

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