The US Approach to the Islamic World

The United States' mercurial foreign policies toward the Muslim world—including actions taken against Islamic countries which have attempted to challenge the United State' regional dominance; and alliances with Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia—are expertly examined in this incisive treatise. Islamic revivalism, the emergence of a highly political Islamic population, the rise of terrorism, and other recent socio-political changes are also thoroughly discussed.

How the US has reconfigured its policy towards the radical and the conservative group of Muslim countries and how its new mission against terrorism has affected international relations, particularly US-Indian relations, is the central focus of the study.

 

Editors / Author

Chintamani Mahapatra