India: Emergent Power

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India: Emergent Power

By Stephen P. Cohen and Richard L. Park
Crane, Russak (for the National Strategy Information Center), 1978
120 pp.
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"More than ever before," the authors say, "India is exhibiting its independence abroad, backed by a large and improving military force, and a growing, advanced industrial economy, within the framework of political stability." The essay stresses the growth of India's international influence and the need for a renewal of the U.S. - Indian dialogue on such conflict-laden issues as nuclear energy, weapons proliferation, and the future organization of the international economic order.

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