In this exclusive interview, CNAS Senior Fellow Richard Fontaine, co-author of the new CNAS report Natural Allies: A Blueprint for the Future of U.S.-India Relations, talks about the benefits of a stronger U.S. relationship with India.
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 will be released at an event in the Newseum's Knight Conference Center on Wednesday October 20th, 2010.
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