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Opportunities Unbound: Sustaining the Transformation in U.S.-Indian Relations

Opportunities Unbound: Sustaining the Transformation in U.S.-Indian Relations

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The evolving U.S.-Indian strategic partnership holds great potential for both countries. India’s economic growth and its ties to the United States can assist its global rise, which contributes to keeping the peace in Asia, provided New Delhi and Washington sustain concerted cooperation. And India’s emerging markets promise to be the key instrument for enlarging India’s power while remaining a rich opportunity for U.S. businesses.
Tellis is a senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace specializing in international security, defense, and Asian strategic issues.
Ashley J. Tellis
Senior Associate
South Asia Program
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The evolving U.S.-Indian strategic partnership holds great potential for both countries. India’s economic growth and its ties to the United States can assist its global rise, which contributes to keeping the peace in Asia, provided New Delhi and Washington sustain concerted cooperation. And India’s emerging markets promise to be the key instrument for enlarging India’s power while remaining a rich opportunity for U.S. businesses.
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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 26, 2013
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OppOrtunities
unbOund
SuStaining the tranSformation in u.S.-indian relationS
 aShley J. telliS
 
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