US-Indian relations after the Cold War
The US-Indian relationship is characterized by a clear development in the post-Cold War era, characterized by uncertainty and tension during the Cold War. This convergence came as a result of several political, economic and military considerations that were priorities in these relations. Seeks to strengthen its regional position and gain a pro-party in international forums, and in return, the United States seeks to make them at their expense at the expense of the Russian Federation to prevent them from getting closer to the latter.
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