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Transformation of US-India security relations - from the end of the Cold War to 9.11

Author: PengXiuBin
Tutor: ZhuLiQun
School: Foreign Service Institute
Course: International Relations
Keywords: security relations transformation international system interest strategic status evaluation asymmetric
CLC: D815
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2002
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The end of Cold War has witnessed great changes in international relations, a protruding strategic role of India as well as a knockout development trend of US-Indian security relations in particular. Comparing with that in Cold War period, US-Indian security relations in post-Cold War era enjoy tremendous changes. The transformation of US-Indian security relations in post-Cold War, however, is not progressing smoothly, but featuring gradualness and phased state. The great changes of US-Indian security relations in post-Cold War era against Cold War period mainly result from the alteration of international system and security interests of the two countries. While the gradual and phased development of them in post-Cold War era is mainly due to the changing understanding and evaluation of India’s strategic status by the US, particularly when US-Indian relations are extremely asymmetric.The thesis consists of four chapters. Chapter 1 briefly reviews the security regime on South Asia Subcontinent and development course of US-Indian security relations in Cold War period. Chapter 2 lists the three transformation phases of US-Indian relations in post-Cold War era.Chapter 3 is the main body of the thesis. It expounds the deep-rooted causes of the transformation in US-Indian security relation at large, namely the change of international system, common grounds and differences of security interests, evaluation of India’s strategic status by the US as well as ideology and Indian American factors.The last chapter briefly analyzes the influences imposed by strengthened US-Indian security relations on security situation in both South Asia and Asia and Pacific region.

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