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New U.S.-Indian Defense Agenda

January 22, 2021

Episode Notes:

President Joe Biden and his national security team have their work cut out as they try to restore U.S. alliances and partnerships around the world. Where does India — a key player in the Indo-Pacific — fit into the White House’s Asia policy, and how can officials in the new administration best advance U.S. interests with respect to India?

Joshua T. White — a nonresident fellow in the Foreign Policy program at Brookings, and associate professor of the practice of South Asia studies at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, former senior advisor and director for South Asian affairs at the National Security Council in the Barack Obama administration, and the author of a new Brookings report on U.S.-Indian ties — joins the Warcast to discuss the future of the defense relationship between Washington, D.C. and New Delhi.


[ 01:03 ]  Priorities for Biden administration

[ 03:36 ]  Obstacles in the defense relationship

[ 08:00 ]  America’s Indo-Pacific strategy

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