Redefining ‘Strategic’ Cooperation

@article{Kumaraswamy2017RedefiningC,
  title={Redefining ‘Strategic’ Cooperation},
  author={P. Kumaraswamy},
  journal={Strategic Analysis},
  year={2017},
  volume={41},
  pages={355 - 368}
}
Abstract A quarter century after normalisation of relations, India and Israel have shown considerable maturity in handling bilateral relations and dexterity in managing their occasional differing worldviews. Relations have weathered political changes within India as well as periodic upheavals in West Asia and the stalemate in the Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Military-security cooperation played a pivotal role in carrying forward relations even when political contacts were minimal, as was… Expand
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