Conference Report U.S.-India Maritime Cooperation A Track-Two Dialogue
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On 18 September 2007 more than 70 senior policymakers, scholars, and active duty and retired military officers from the United States and India gathered in New Delhi to discuss future maritime cooperation between the United States and India. The conference was sponsored by the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Advanced Systems and Concepts Office and organized by the Center for Contemporary Conflict (CCC) and India's National Maritime Foundation (NMF). The conference built on another track-two dialogue, the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership: A Track- Two Dialogue for Long-Term Cooperation, held in New Delhi in April 2007, and sought to identify specific areas of cooperation in the maritime realm, including the role of India in the U.S. maritime strategy, cooperation on WMD interdiction issues, and the implications of energy security strategies for maritime conflict and cooperation in the Indian Ocean. The main topics of this conference included U.S. supremacy, China's role in the Indian Ocean, Navy as a foreign policy tool, technology, U.S.-India bilateral relations and the civilian nuclear deal, U.S. bureaucratic momentum, and U.S. seam issues.
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