Thursday, October 14, 2010

From Estrangement to Engagement

Searching for sources online was relatively easy because India has two main relations with the U.S., economic growth and nuclear weapon agreements. These two relations seem really important to many scholars because in every database and search engine I look into there is more than enough information to allow me to grasp the main idea and further understand the reasons why these relations came about.

Works Cited
Feigenbaum, Evan A. "India's Rise, America's Interest." 76-91. Foreign Affairs, 2010. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 14 Oct. 2010.
            This essay allowed me to further understand the importance of India's economy and how the relationship between the two can shape the economy of India. Also Feigenbaum gives a list of suggestions as to what each county must do in order to make the relation between the two succeed.
            Evan A. Feigenbaum as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South Asia and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Central Asia.
CUSTERS, PETER. "A Different Perspective on the U.S.-India Nuclear Deal." 19-28. Monthly Review Foundation, 2009. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 14 Oct. 2010.
         Custers explains another relation that the U.S. has with India, a nuclear relation. India has caught the attention of the U.S. because of its nuclear testing. Helpful to those who are searchingt for intrests other than economic for the U.S.-Indian engagement. Peter Custers is author of Capital Accumulation and Women’s Labour in Asian Economies (1997) and Questioning Globalized Militarism: Nuclear and Military Production and Critical Economic Theory (2007). This article is a revised text of a lecture given at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, on September 17, 2008.
Schaffer, Teresita C. "The United States, India, and Global Governance: Can They Work Together?." Washington Quarterly 32.3 (2009): 71-87. Academic Search Complete. EBSCO. Web. 14 Oct. 2010.
An article on the relationship between the U.S. and India. Is there the possibilitythat the two countries  can get together and aquire a very helpful a beneficial relationship?Ambassador Teresita C. Schaffer is the director of the South Asia Program at CSIS.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Yvette - These look like good sources. Add in the annotation when you have a chance to read them. You want to be sure you think, not just about the information they give you, but about the arguments they are making - ie, Bush's speech will tell you his view, and you'll see a range of positions about, for example, the nuclear issue from different voices.