Strategic Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific Essay Series
The Hoover Institution’s Huntington Program on Strengthening US-India Relations has partnered with the Observer Research Foundation for this essay series to address issues central to the burgeoning partnership between the United States and India. With contributions by authors holding deep expertise in government, the military, and academia, the series focuses on shared interests in the Indo-Pacific region in areas including governance, trade, security, technology, and energy. This collaborative effort lays the foundation for timely, policy-relevant research to inform public debate and identify joint challenges and opportunities in helping the United States and India advance their strategic partnership and future cooperation.
Huntington Program on Strengthening US-India Relations
The Huntington Program on Strengthening US-India Relations, made possible through the generous support of Claudia P. Huntington, John A. Gunn and Cynthia F. Gunn, Walmart Inc., and The Harold W. McGraw, III Foundation, Inc., focuses on the important relationship between the United States and India, which will advance freedom, security, and prosperity in the twenty-first century. The program’s goal is to generate, identify, and further policy-relevant scholarship and connections that will deepen connections between the world’s oldest and the world’s largest democracies.
For more information about this Hoover Institution research initiative, please visit us online at hoover.org/research-teams/strengthening-us-india-relations-hoover-institution-project.
For more briefs and reports from the Observer Research Foundation, go online to orfonline.org/content-type/issue-brief.