U.S.-India Security Cooperation

Progress and Promise for the Next Administration


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The U.S.-India relationship has fluctuated from mutual suspicion to the current high-water mark of cooperation embodied in the seemingly close relationship between U.S. president Barack Obama and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi. This study seeks to identify the opportunities to deepen security cooperation between the two counties, while ensuring continued effort to reduce the obstacles and impediments in each system to working with the other.

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John Schaus
Senior Fellow, International Security Program

Andrew Metrick

Sarah Watson

Natalie Tecimer

Kathleen H. Hicks