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American Academics and India

rupted. Teheran's chronic conflict with Baghdad and the latter's recent treaty with Moscow have strengthened the Iranian resolve to be the dominant naval power in the Persian Gulf. The next logical step, from the Shah's point of view, is to establish Iran as an important maritime power in the Indian Ocean. This process will, of course, require active assistance from the military-industrial networks of the West.

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