This week the Senior American Officials will visit New Delhi for executing a tricky policy: to reassure India that like the president Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defence Secretary Jim Mattis, United States is not unpredictable.
According to the Trump led administration, India is a convenient country to successfully establish the foreign policy. Therefore, they are taking an initiative to embrace the approach of bonding between the two largest democracies of the world.
For a long period, under the Democratic and Republican administration, the India and United States have shared a prolonging list of diplomatic concerns including the issues of China’s rise to naval security to the rise of terrorism and this bonding have drawn these two countries closer together.
But the diplomatic relationship is always remarked by the frictional up-downs and in this current moment, the deal of defense missile between India and Russia and the economic bonding with Iran for procuring oil makes Washington agitated.
Earlier in this year, Pentagon turned the Pacific Command into the Indo-Pacific Command to acquire a space in India’s good book. India got the same status from the United States in July, as the members of Nato and the other close allies while it comes to export the sensitive technology.
Arvind Gupta, the former deputy national security adviser of India said, “ All of these changes are very much in a positive direction.” The United States declared, “ started looking at India’s security concerns quiet sympathetically.”
India has also appreciated the tough approach to Pakistan by the Trump administration, including the current decision of suspension of $300 million in funds to Islamabad.