India and the U.S., An Uncertain Future
India and the U.S., An Uncertain Future

Trump may be visiting India, but the U.S. is still overlooking India at its peril.

U.S. President Donald Trump and India Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the G20 Summit (Wikimedia)

India and America are natural allies...each seeing in the other a reflection of its own aspiration for a more humane and just world...That is why Americans admire India; why we welcome India's leadership in the region and the world; and why we want to take our partnership to a new level. — President Bill Clinton, Remarks to Joint Session of Parliament, 2000

India in the 21st century is a natural partner of the United States because we are brothers in the cause of human liberty...the partnership between our free nations has the power to transform the world. — President George W. Bush, New Delhi Address, 2006

India and the United States are not just natural partners. I believe America can be India’s best partner...the world will be a safer and a more just place when our two democracies — the world’s largest democracy and the world’s oldest democracy — stand together. — President Barack Obama, Address to the People of India, New Delhi, 2015

President Donald Trump is visiting India next w

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