Journal Article - Washington Quarterly

Is India, or Will It Be, a Responsible Stakeholder?

| Summer 2007

It has become a cliche that the key strategic challenges facing Washington and the wider international community, such as energy, water, terrorism, economic development, and nonproliferation, cannot be solved by the United States alone. Although the United States unarguably retains its post-Cold War preeminent position, events since the September 11 attacks have shown the limitations of Washington's hard and soft power.

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For Academic Citation: Dormandy, Xenia. Is India, or Will It Be, a Responsible Stakeholder?.” Washington Quarterly, vol. 30. no. 3. (Summer 2007):