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Title: Washington Report, 2010-5
Authors: U.S. Asia Pacific Council
Inderfurth, Karl F.
Issue Date: Nov 2010
Publisher: Washington, D.C.: East-West Center, U.S. Asia Pacific Council
Abstract: President Obama’s visit to India November 6‒9 was aimed at boosting economic and
commercial ties as well as deepening a bond with a democratic ally that is of growing strategic importance in Asia. On balance, most observers say the U.S. leader laid the groundwork toward accomplishing these broad objectives. However, the two nations will continue to face domestic and regional challenges as they endeavor to forge closer ties on a wide range of economic, diplomatic, security, and environmental issues. Amb. Karl F. Inderfurth of The
George Washington University, who previously served as Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs, explores the backdrop for U.S.-India relations at this important juncture in their development and considers how thornier matters might be tackled moving forward.
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Pages/Duration: 10 p.
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