In November 2014, President Obama accepted India’s invitation to be the chief guest at its Republic Day celebrations. He will be the first American president to do so.
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As the second decade of the 21st Century begins, no great regional power is as sought after as India.
I have been asked to speak about the strategic interaction between India, Pakistan, and China – the three great powers of South Asia. The legacies of the British Empire and the early years of the Cold War trump geographic features like the Himalayas and Karakorams in determining the region’s
Geoffrey Kemp’s new book is a geopolitical tour de force about what the rise of India, China and Asia broadly mean for Middle Eastern countries as well as for the international relations of the Middle East.