This book is compilation of comprehensive and analytical research articles that provides an engaging and concise review of US foreign policy, especially since the end of Cold War. The book contains authoritative analysis by experts on US foreign policy from various quarters of the country. It provides a deep insight on the historical background and policy process. The major thrust of research is United States' venture to accommodate her national interest in the 21st century. It will prove to be torchbearer to the students, research scholars and teachers of international relations and political science as a whole.
Ravjeetsingh Atwal is doctoral fellow in the Department of Study Abroad Program & Migration Studies, Gujarat University. His doctoral research is on US strategic interference in West Asia and India's position: A study from 1984-2004 for which he was awarded ICSSR Doctoral Fellowship. His area of interest includes US Foreign Policy and theories of International Relations. He has presented many papers in national and international conferences and has authored many articles in research journals. He is member of editorial boards in many of the international journals and academic bodies. He also has an M.Phil degree in Indian Diaspora. He has authored a book, Gadar Party in North America: Genesis of the Insurrection to Unshackle India from the British Raj. He recently edited a book titled India’s Foreign Policy Conflict & Cooperation.
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