Readout from India Trilateral Forum 13 — India, United States and Europe: From the Transatlantic to the Asia Pacific
- Cara Abercrombie, Visiting Scholar, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Sadanand Dhume, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
- Michael Kugelman, Deputy Director and Senior Associate, South Asia, Wilson Center
- Tanvi Madan, Fellow and Director, The India Project, Brookings Institution
- Ambassador Arun K. Singh, Distinguished Non-Resident Senior Fellow, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
India–U.S. relations remain on an upward trajectory, contrary to recent anxieties among traditional U.S. allies. Despite economic and political headwinds in Europe, India’s relations with its major European partners continue to consolidate, and the India–EU equation is back on track after a four-year gap before the 13th summit in 2016. The positions that each of the three adopt separately or together on major international issues including stability in Afghanistan, terrorism, the Middle East, nuclear proliferation, China’s challenge to international norms, climate change, technology, and job creation will impact the value they attach to the bilateral and trilateral relationship. The 13th edition of the India Trilateral Forum that took place in September this year in Stockholm discussed several of these aspects. Join us for a roundtable discussion with participants from the GMF India Trilateral Forum to provide their take, perceptions, and outward look on India–U.S. and India–EU relations moving forward. The discussion will also follow Secretary of State Tillerson's first official visit to India.
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