The Future of the U.S.-India-Japan Trilateral
USIBC Discussion on the U.S.-India-Japan Trilateral with Dr. Ashwani Kumar
While the U.S.-India commercial relationship enjoys an all-time high, the trilateral cooperation between the U.S., India, and Japan has never been better. The three countries recently held their government-level trilateral dialogue in June this year, following closely on the heels of their joint Malabar exercise at sea. Cooperation on issues such as defense, security, infrastructure, and humanitarian assistance has been a clear priority at the government level. But what can industry do together to actualize India’s “Act East” policy and United States’ “Pivot to Asia”? For instance, can Japanese financial strength be combined with America’s technical capabilities together to invest in India’s infrastructure goals worth $1 trillion? Please join us as Dr. Ashwani Kumar, former Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) and former Minister of Law and Justice, shares his experience as part of the Indian Ministerial Delegation to the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue as well as the Indo-Japan Economic Dialogue in New Delhi.
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