Журнальный клуб Интелрос » Joint Force Quarterly » №57, 2010
Walter C. Ladwig III
IndIa and the Balance of Power in the asIa-PacIfIc
When Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made an official state visit to Washington last November, he encountered a markedly different political landscape. The past year has seen a notable shift in Indo-U.S. relations from the heady days when the Bush administration pursued a strategic partnership with India with the enthusiasm of an ardent suitor. Despite the praise and platitudes that President Barack Obama heaped on both India and Mr. Singh during the visit, it is clear that China occupies pride of place in America’s present Asia policy.