Conference Report: U.S. India Strategic Partnership A Track-Two Dialogue for Long-Term Cooperation; Strategic Insights: v.6, issue 4 (June 2007)
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On 25-26 April 2007, the CCC and IDSA and organized a conference on the U.S.-India Strategic Partnership. Sponsored by the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency and the U.S. National Nuclear Security Administration, the event brought together top Indian and American scholars and defense experts in the first of a multi-year series of activities to explore substantive and procedural issues in the long-term U.S.-India security relationship. Key themes raised include: habits of cooperation, strategic partnership, rising powers, defense cooperation, 1,000 ship navy, and Iran.
This article appeared in Strategic Insights, Volume 6, Issue 4 (June 2007)
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