NELSON INSTITUTE DIRECTOR CONSIDERS IMPACT ON AMERICA OF INDIA’S RELATIONS WITH AFRICA
November 13, 2007
HARRISONBURG—The just-published issue (volume 29, number 5) of the international affairs journal American Foreign Policy Interests features a study by Dr. J. Peter Pham, Director of the Nelson Institute for International and Public Affairs at James Madison University, on the impact on United States interests in Africa of India’s burgeoning public and private investments in the region as well as its diplomatic strategy vis-à-vis African multilateral organizations and individual states.
American Foreign Policy Interests is a bimonthly journal published by Taylor & Francis for the National Committee on American Foreign Policy, a research organization founded in 1974 by the late Dr. Hans J. Morgenthau and dedicated to identifying, articulating, and helping to advance the national interests of the United States from a nonpartisan perspective within the framework of political realism. Dr. Pham was elected a member of the National Committee’s Board of Advisors in January 2006.
For the text of the article, “ India’s Expanding Relations with Africa and Their Implications for U.S. Interests,” click here.