How India can negotiate Trump’s world
US National Security Strategy emphasises need to attract the brilliant and the bold. America will not close its borders to Indian talent, if Delhi aligns itself with Washington’s economic interests.
Written by C. Raja Mohan | Published: December 25, 2017 12:30 am
The NSS says the US will turn to emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and gene-editing to keep its competitive edge in the global economy. (Illustration: C R Sasikumar)
The latest iteration of the US National Security Strategy (NSS) issued this week in Washington confirms the slow but steady convergence of American interests with those of India in the Subcontinent and more broadly the Indo-Pacific. It was no surprise that Delhi quickly welcomed US President Donald Trump’s strategy and the importance his administration attaches to the partnership with India. But there is a lot more to the NSS than the laudatory references to India and the criticism of Pakistan and China.
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