Falling short: How bad economic choices threaten the US-India relationship and India's rise

Aparna Mathur, Sadanand Dhume, Julissa Milligan, Hemal Shah
Content Type
Working Paper
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
Two decades after the end of the Cold War, US–India relations stand at a crossroads. Not so long ago, many in Washington viewed the signing of the historic US–India civil nuclear deal as the advent of a dynamic partnership with the potential to transform Asia and the world. Today US–India ties are just as often characterized as unrealistic or oversold.
Democratization, Development, Diplomacy, Emerging Markets, International Trade and Finance, Treaties and Agreements, Bilateral Relations
Political Geography
United States, South Asia, Washington, India