U.S.-India Security Relations: Engagement and Strategic Perspectives

Malcolm E. Miller (Editor)

Series: Global Political Studies
BISAC: POL033000

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U.S.-India engagement on shared security interests is a topic of interest to the U.S. Congress, where there is considerable support for a deepened U.S. partnership with the world’s largest democracy. Congressional advocacy of closer relations with India is generally bipartisan and widespread; House and Senate caucuses on India and Indian-Americans are the largest of their kind. Caucus leaders have encouraged the Obama Administration to work toward improving the compatibility of the U.S. and Indian defense acquisitions systems, as well as to seek potential opportunities for co-development or co-production of military weapons systems with India. A deepened strategic partnership with India will be critical to the promotion of core mutual national interests in the 21st century. This book reviews the major facets of U.S.-India security relations with a focus on military-to-military contracts, counterterrorism and intelligence cooperation, and defense trade. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

India-U.S. Security Relations: Current Engagement
(K. Alan Kronstadt, Sonia Pinto, CRS)

U.S.-India Security Relations: Strategic Issues
(K. Alan Kronstadt, Sonia Pinto, CRS)

Report to Congress on U.S.-India Security Cooperation
(U.S. Department of Defense)

The United States and India: A Vital Partnership in a Changing World
(William J. Burns, Deputy Secretary of State)

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