The United States, Japan, and India
August 16, 2007
The United States, Japan, and India share common values and a commitment to the maintenance of an open and stable international order. The growth of the trilateral U.S.-Japan-India relationship in the strategic, energy, and economic fields will serve each nation’s interests and the cause of peace and stability in Asia and in the international system as a whole. The three nations should increase strategic consultations to ensure that the emerging Asian economic and political architecture remains open and progressive.