President Obama Goes to India: A "Defining Partnership"

Please join a panel of experts—Atul Kohli, Princeton University; Arvind Panagariya, Columbia University and Teresita C. Schaffer, Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Philip Oldenburg, Columbia University—to discuss President Obama's three-day visit to India and its implications for the future of the US-India partnership. How does President Obama's trip compare to President Bush's trip in 2006 and President Clinton's visit in 2000? Were the two sides successful in narrowing their differences on climate change, trade, Pakistan, Iran policy, and other points of divergence?

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Wed 10 Nov 2010
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