CNAS Event: The Future of U.S.-India Relations

  • 20 Oct 2010
  • 2:00 PM - 3:59 PM
  • The Newseum's Knight Conference Center, Washington D.C.

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The economic, political, and military rise of India is reshaping world politics and promises to make India both a true global power and one of the most important bilateral partners for the United States. Unfortunately, this reality has neither translated into sophisticated strategic engagement by Washington nor a clear articulation of long-term American interests.


The Honorable Richard Armitage
Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State

Ambassador Nicholas Burns
Professor, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Member, CNAS Board of Directors

Richard Fontaine
Senior Fellow, Center for a New American Security

*Additional speakers to be announced.

This event will mark the culmination of CNAS' U.S.-India initiative, which was publicly launched at an event in New Delhi on January 12, 2010, and has sought to lay out a blueprint for the next phase of the U.S.-India relationship and advance growing bilateral ties in areas of mutual interest, including security, economics, energy and climate change, democracy and human rights.

To find out more information about the CNAS U.S.-India Initiative, please click here.

Shannon O'Reilly
Director of External Relations
Ph: (202) 457-9408

Ashley Hoffman
Deputy Director of External Relations
Ph: (202) 457-9414

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