Sanjeev Kumar Shrivastav

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  • Sanjeev Kumar Shrivastav is Research Assistant at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile

    Brendan Taylor, American Sanctions in the Asia Pacific

    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.

    October 2010

    An Impact Assessment of President Obama’s Visit on the India-US Strategic Partnership

    The India-US strategic partnership grounded in shared values as well as shared interests has been further deepened during Obama’s visit.

    December 09, 2010

    Priyanjali Malik, India’s Nuclear Debate: Exceptionalism and the Bomb

    Priyanjali Malik’s book titled ‘India’s Nuclear Debate: Exceptionalism and the Bomb’, attempts to examine the public debate which took place among the Indian elite as well as the middle class on India’s nuclear policy. It explains why international pressure on India to sign Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) was viewed by ‘attentive India’ as not only a security threat but also infringement on India’s sovereignty. According to the Dr.

    July 2010

    Inherent values and substance bind India and the United States

    Shared values and growing cooperation in a range of fields are transforming India-US relations into an enduring strategic partnership in the 21st century.

    August 24, 2010

    United States of America: Chemical Weapons Profile

    Chemical weapons make premeditated use of the toxic properties of chemical substances to inflict death or harm to human beings and are known as weapons of mass destruction along with Nuclear and Biological weapons.1 The United States was part of Hague Conventions which were held in 1899 and 1907.

    January-March 2010

    Contours of the India-United States Strategic Partnership

    The strategic partnership is moving towards a higher trajectory with growing co-operation in the areas of defence, economy, energy, education, environment, science, technology and innovation.

    September 29, 2009