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The relationship between India and the U.S. has strengthened considerably over the past 20 years, as the two countries have forged important economic ties and nurtured a genuine willingness to cooperate on strategic issues, particularly shifts in power within Asia. Working with Asia Society’s Centers in the U.S. and Mumbai, ASPI organizes public programs, policy reports, and expert commentary designed to increase understanding of the crucial India-U.S. relationship and India’s role in the South Asian region.

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The Trump Administration is seeking to enhance cooperation with India in strategic and security matters.
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Watch discussions from the 2017 FICCI-IFFA Global Business Forum.
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Kevin Rudd spoke to BBC World about President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first meeting.
In Quartz, ASPI President Kevin Rudd and Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga make the case for stronger U.S.-India ties under the Trump Administration.
The president's Asian charm offensive should not neglect the world's largest democracy.
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Anubhav Gupta argues that immigration has emerged as the first test for U.S.-India ties in the Trump era.

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