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Author Name    Amita Agarwal

Title   Indo US Relations and Peace Prospects in South West Indian Ocean

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   New

Jacket Condition   New

Edition   First Edition

Size   15 x 23 Cm

Publisher   New Kaveri Book Service 2008

ISBN    8174790837 / 9788174790835

Seller ID   104215

Water is essential both for the creation and sustenance of life. But we have always taken the oceans, the basic source of water and their resources as the permanent and inexhaustible. Humankind has awakened very late to the fact that the marine resources are not inexhaustible and need to be conserved and developed for future generations. With this realization the possibility to conflicts among sovereign nation over use and control of the oceans and their resources has increased manifold. The present study attempt to discuss the interests of the littoral states as well as of other big power in the Indian ocean, the presence of regional and extra-region powers on its waters and the prospects of peace in the Indian Ocean region in the backdrop of Indo-US relations. Contents: Preface; Indtroduction; Conceptualizing Peace; Indian Diplomacy; US Interest and Presence in the Indian Ocean; Littoral States and Sea Politics; Role of IOR-ARC; Regional and Extra-Regional Navies in the Indian Ocean Region; Indo-US Relations and Prospects of Peace in the Indian Ocean Region; Appendices; Bibliography; Index. About the Author: Amita Agarwal (b.1960) has been teaching Political Science at the post graduate level for the last twenty-two years. She is a senior lecturer (equivalent to associate professor) and is currently the Head of the Department of Political Science at Government S.K. College, Sikar, Rajasthan. She graduated (Hons.) from the University of Rajasthan in 1980 and thereafter completed her Masters, M.Phil and Ph. Degrees from the same University. She was also awarded a post doctoral research award by the UGC in March 2002, which she has successfully completed in 2005. She has participated in several national and international conferences and has a number of publication to her credit.Printed Pages: 240.

Indo US Relations and Peace Prospects in South West Indian Ocean Amita Agarwal

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