Trump and Modi: Prospects For US-India Burden Sharing

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By C. Raja Mohan, John J. Brandon

A joint project with the National University of Singapore’s Institute of South Asian Studies.

For nearly two decades, there has been a steady and incremental advance in relations between the United States and India. Refuting skeptics on both sides, the two nations have overcome significant internal political and bureaucratic resistance to advance the relationship. But as a new government takes charge in Delhi after the general elections that concluded in May 2019, India and the US find themselves at a peculiar moment. This collection of papers is a first cut at understanding the potentially new strategic synergy between Washington and Delhi and assessing how it may play out in specific areas in the years ahead.

Posted June 25, 2019
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