AMERICA, INDIA, NUKES: CAN WE TALK?
As relations between the United States and India rise to a new level, with the March 2 agreement on civil nuclear cooperation, the time has come for a lively discussion concerning this partnership.
The Old Dominion University Center for Regional and Global Study will present a lecture and discussion by Nalini Kant Jha, professor of international politics at India's Pondicherry Federal University, titled "America's Relationship with India: What Has President Bush Accomplished?" His talk, which starts at 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, in the Isle of Wight Room of Webb University Center, will address the partnership between the United States and India and issues regarding nuclear weapons.
Jha is a visiting Fulbright Professor with the Paul H. Nitze School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Previously, in 2005, he was a visiting fellow in the Department of International Relations at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. His works include "Domestic Imperatives in India's Foreign Policy" (New Delhi, 2002); "South Asia in the 21st Century: India, Her Neighbours and Great Powers" (New Delhi, 2003); "Peace and Cooperative Security in South Asia" (Pondicherry / New Delhi: 2001); and "India's Foreign Policy in a Changing World" (New Delhi: 2000). He has authored numerous research papers on U.S.-India relations in reputed journals such as Asian Survey (Berkeley), International Studies, Strategic Analysis and India Quarterly (New Delhi).
This article was posted on: March 10, 2006
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