The US-India Nexus In South Asia Against China: A Case Study Of Sponsoring Terrorism In Pakistan And Afghanistan

Authors

  • Dr. Himad Ali
  • Saman Himad
  • Amira Kodirova-Huynh

Abstract

This study navigates the complex labyrinth of geopolitics in South Asia while zeroing in on the dynamic interplay between United States and India. It also analyses its ripple effects on Pakistan and Afghanistan, all while China's influence looms large. A spotlight is cast on the strategic machinations employed by US and India to exert control over events in these countries. Special focus is on the use of terrorism as a tool to counter Chinese ascendancy. Through in-depth case studies of key terrorist organizations, this research sheds light on the intricate dance of interests, proxies, and power struggles that shape the regional landscape. Will the US-India nexus successfully thwart China's advances? Or will the house of cards come tumbling down? Only time and foresight will answer these questions that seeks deliberation.

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Published

2024-03-14

How to Cite

Ali, D. H. ., Himad, S. ., & Kodirova-Huynh, A. . (2024). The US-India Nexus In South Asia Against China: A Case Study Of Sponsoring Terrorism In Pakistan And Afghanistan. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 1104–1118. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9542

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