The record of the history of diplomacy in the lead up to and during World War II has been considerably enriched by this exceptional publication.
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The executive branch, especially the president, dominates the creation of US foreign policy. While it is true that such a view, if taken to extreme, lacks nuance and borders on becoming a caricature of American foreign policy, Ashok Sharma’s 'Indian Lobbying and its Influence in US Decision Making' avoids caricature in explaining the emergence of US policies towards India.