India increasingly views China’s moves into the “Indian Sphere of Influence” with a high degree of trepidation and skepticism and do not see the benign dimension.Read More
About the Author
Srini Sitaraman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science and the former Director of the Asian Studies Program at Clark University, and a Research Associate with the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University. He directs the Model United Nations Program at Clark University and teaches courses on Asian Studies, International Relations, International Law, United Nations, and Human Rights. He has published articles and monographs on international regimes and has written about South Asian security issues. His book State Participation in International Treaty Regimes (Ashgate Publishing) was published in 2009. Currently he is working on a book on the New Dynamics of South Asian Security.
India is portrayed as a mortal enemy—an existential threat—waiting to destroy Pakistan at a moment’s notice. Most knowledgeable policy makers and analysts have repeatedly made the argument that the “India threat” is singularly...Read More