India-U.S. Strategic Dialogue on Biosecurity
Center on Contemporary Conflict
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This project will investigate biosecurity threats to India and the United States through two strategic dialogues in order to create enduring, productive bilateral relationships and a deeper understanding of each state’s biosecurity concerns and efforts to address them. The objective of this project is to initiate a sustainable, candid, and productive Track II dialogue between India and the U.S. on sensitive issues related to deliberate, accidental, and naturally occurring biological threats. By stimulating trust and habits of cooperation between dialogue participants, the project aims to reduce biosecurity threats and mitigate future crises that may emerge in the U.S. and India.
Performer: University of Pennsylvania Medical Center (UPMC) Center for Health Security Project Lead: Gigi Gronvall Project Cost: $223,103 FY16–17
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