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    • The Obama Administration has focused its Africa policy mainly on democracy, economic growth, food security, democracy, conflict prevention and mitigation, as well as dealing with transnational threats. These broad strategic objectives of the Administration also indicate the vastness and diversity of the African continent and its varying requirements. The United States has provided a substantial amount of aid to Africa in health programmes.

      Africa Trends
    • Research Assistant, IDSA, Sanjeev Shrivastav’s commentary on defence cooperation between India and the United States, titled ‘India-US Defence Cooperation’ was published in the Air World Service, an External Services Division of All India Radio, on September 2, 2016.

      September 02, 2016
      IDSA News
    • Research Assistant, IDSA, Mr Sanjeev Kumar Shrivastav’s article on India-US relationship, titled ‘India-US strategic partnership to be the highlight of Prime Minister Modi’s five nation tour’ was published by the External Services Division of All India Radio ‘AIR World Service’ on June 4, 2016.

      June 04, 2016
      IDSA News
    • Research Assistant, IDSA, Mr Sanjeev Kumar Shrivastav’s article on US President Barack Obama’s visit to Hiroshima, titled ‘Why Obama's Hiroshima visit is so important’ was published in Rediff News on May 26, 2016.

      May 26, 2016
      IDSA News
    • Research Assistant, IDSA, Mr Sanjeev Kumar Shrivastav’s article, titled ‘Goodbye, Obama: The US President's Legacy on US-India Ties’ was published in The Diplomat on May 19, 2016.

      May 19, 2016
      IDSA News
    • This book has been published at a critical juncture: the United States (US) and its North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies are preparing to wind up their combat mission in Afghanistan by the end of 2014 and are engaged in charting out the best possible exit strategy. The US and its NATO allies, along with regional nations around Afghanistan, are deliberating over the best possible way to deal with the Afghan situation after 2014.

      Journal of Defence Studies
    • The recent incident in which ricin laced letters were sent to President Obama highlights the ease with which ricin can be produced, obtained and used.

      CBW Magazine
    • This is an interesting book which offers views, insights and analyses of the relations between India and Pakistan through the interviews with top 26 ex-military officials from both the nations. These officers from both the sides held important positions and provided crucial leadership to their respective militaries in the years after the birth of two nations in 1947. The book attempts to explore whether sustainable peace is possible between both the nations and what are the prospects for the resolution of all outstanding issues between the two nations including the Kashmir dispute.

      Journal of Defence Studies
    • Since there was no clarity about the end goals of this operation, it would have been difficult for the Indian government to communicate and justify its support for this resolution to its domestic constituency.

      April 13, 2011
      Issue Brief
    • Brendan Taylor claims that his book is the first systematic analysis of American sanction policy in the Asia-Pacific during the presidencies of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. The book is divided into six chapters which include introduction, conclusion as well as policy recommendations.

      Journal of Defence Studies