India and the Gulf

By I.P.Khosla (ed.)

The revolution in Iran, the Iraq-Iran war, the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan, then 9/11 and the US military actions in Afghanistan and Iraq—have put the Gulf and its surroundings high on the international agenda. India has shown that it is prepared to develop relations with the countries of the region in recognition of their high importance. The question that needs to be examined in depth and detail is that in the light of our ancient cultural, trade and other contacts how exactly would India’s interests figure in all these contemporary developments and what should she do to promote those interests.

In this volume, leading experts, analysts and academics examine different aspects of this question with a view to finding answers.

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