Then US president Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embrace after giving a joint statement in New Delhi on February 25, 2020. Photo: AP Then US president Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embrace after giving a joint statement in New Delhi on February 25, 2020. Photo: AP
Then US president Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embrace after giving a joint statement in New Delhi on February 25, 2020. Photo: AP
Akhil Ramesh
Opinion

Opinion

Akhil Ramesh

US-India relations: Biden should embrace Trump’s example and see India as a balance against China

  • India can absorb some of the supply chains moving out of China, which would enhance its economic ability to take on its regional rival
  • The Trump administration was proactive in expanding the US-India partnership, and Biden should build on this to bolster New Delhi’s role

Then US president Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embrace after giving a joint statement in New Delhi on February 25, 2020. Photo: AP Then US president Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embrace after giving a joint statement in New Delhi on February 25, 2020. Photo: AP
Then US president Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embrace after giving a joint statement in New Delhi on February 25, 2020. Photo: AP
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Akhil Ramesh

Akhil Ramesh

Akhil Ramesh is a Non-Resident Vasey Fellow at the Pacific Forum. He has worked for premier risk-consulting firms, non-profit organizations, and think tanks in New York City and Washington, DC.