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1986

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Anita Inder Singh

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The Superpower Global Complex and South Asia

ABSTRACT

This chapter will examine the effects of the superpower global rivalry on the South Asian complex. It will address the following questions: (1)Did the Soviet-American penetration of South Asia occur more as a result of the push generated by the global rivalry between them, or more as a consequence of demand pull from India and Pakistan? A related question is to what extent the superpower penetration has been conditioned by the subsequent and parallel pattern of Sino-Soviet penetration. Should the Sino-Soviet-American role in South Asia be considered as a single game or as two essentially separate, if overlapping, dynamics¿(2)Has the impact of Soviet-American penetration been to exacerbate or ameliorate the dynamic of rivalry in South Asia and what are the relevant mechanisms involved?(3)How important is the Soviet-American presence for maintaining the existing structure of the South Asian complex, and how does the superpower rivalry over Afghanistan affect the structure?(4)How important is South Asia to Soviet-American rivalry? How deep and how durable are American and Soviet interests in maintaining their current pattern of intervention and is this pattern of intervention likely to change towards one of the greater or lesser intensity?

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