October 22, 2010

Natural Allies: A Blueprint for the Future of U.S.-India Relations | Video

In advance of President Obama’s much-awaited trip to India, the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) released Natural Allies: A Blueprint for the Future of U.S.-India Relations, authored by former Deputy Secretary of State Richard L. Armitage, former Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs R. Nicholas Burns and CNAS Senior Fellow Richard Fontaine.

The report, endorsed by a nonpartisan group of more than 20 American and Indian experts, recommends "a bold leap forward" in the U.S.-India relationship. The publication was released at an event in the Newseum's Knight Conference Center on Wednesday October 20th, 2010.

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