Despite President Trump’s Hollering, US-India Ties Have Actually Thrived On His Watch


On Thursday, India signed a far-reaching deal with the US that says a lot about the strategic trajectory of this bilateral relationship. On Saturday, US President Donald Trump publicly threatened to cut subsidies to India.

It might be a bit to wrap our heads around. The Comcasa is a logical realisation of a strategy best articulated by a former US NSA, Condoleezza Rice, back in 2005. We will soon complete negotiations for the last such agreement, BECA, which will reinforce to everybody where the India-US strategic convergence is headed. But India will also sign the S-400 deal with Russia, let America do its worst. This is the new normal.

Let’s unpack this. The US has evolved as India’s most consequential strategic partner, we’re seeing this play out big in the defence and security spheres. Look further. One of the more interesting agreements this past week has been with a hitherto unknown entity called the DIU (Defence Innovation Unit) in Silicon Valley. Read More

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