Análisis de la influencia China, Rusia e India como potencias regionales, en las relaciones bilaterales entre Estados Unidos e India durante el periodo 2000-2008

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instname:Universidad del Rosario

Publication Year:
2011
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Repository URL:
http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/2587
Author(s):
Pinto Mejia, Alan Mauricio; Internacionalista; pinto.alan@hotmail.com
Publisher(s):
Facultad de Relaciones Internacionales; Universidad del Rosario
Tags:
Relaciones India-Estados Unidos; Relaciones China-India; Relaciones China-Rusia; Relaciones India-Rusia; Asia; Potencia; PAISES DESARROLLADOS - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - INVESTIGACIONES; RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES - INVESTIGACIONES; ESTADOS UNIDOS - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - INDIA; INDIA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - ESTADOS UNIDOS; CHINA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - INDIA; INDIA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - CHINA; CHINA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - RUSIA; RUSIA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - CHINA; INDIA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - RUSIA; RUSIA - RELACIONES EXTERIORES - INDIA; India-United States Relationship; Rusia-China Relationship; India-China Relations; India-Rusia Relationship; Power
thesis / dissertation description
This paper arises from the questioning of the reasons that led the U.S. to develop in a short time a lot of relationships, many of them of great importance, with a state that generally lacked importance in its foreign policy, India. We propose that the reason behind the emergence of such relations is the new distribution of power in the region of Asia, the importance of China and the emerging relationships between China, Russia and India.