Indian Lobbying and its Influence in US Decision Making
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Indian Lobbying and its Influence in US Decision Making
Post-Cold War

  • Ashok Sharma - Fellow, Australia–India Institute, The University of Melbourne


© 2017 | 332 pages | SAGE India

How lobbying by Indian Americans in the United States has influenced US foreign policy towards India

Indian Lobbying and its Influence in US Decision Making looks at the ways in which Indian lobbying acts as a catalyst in transforming the US–India relationship in the post-Cold War era, the events that explain their formation, and factors that legitimize these groups as an institution in US politics.

 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
 
Lobbying, Pressure Groups, and Ethnic Lobbying in the US Foreign Policy Making: Theoretical Overview
 
Indian Americans: Immigration and Professional Advancement in the US
 
Indian Americans and Political Participation: Growing Political Activism and Lobbying in the American Political Process
 
India Caucus: Lobbying for a Robust US–India Relation
 
The American Perception about India: The US–India Relations and Indian Lobbying during the Cold War Period
 
Achievements and Actions of Indian Lobbying towards a Transformed and Robust US–India Relation
 
Conclusion
 
Bibliography
 
Index

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Ashok Sharma

Ashok Sharma is a Fellow at the Australia India Institute (AII), the University of Melbourne. Prior to joining the AII in May 2015, Dr Sharma was a lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Auckland, where he taught “Great Power Relations” and “International Security and Conflict.” He was a Visiting Academic at the University of Waikato and an Endeavour Post-Doctoral Fellow at Australian National University.He is currently the Adjunct Faculty at University of New South Wales, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra; Deputy Chair of the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, Auckland... More About Author

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ISBN: 9789386062123