A dialogue by eminent Indian Americans will be launched to identify areas that can fast track Indo-US relationship in the next two years during US President Barack Obama's Republic Day visit to New Delhi.
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meetings in Washington will give the two leaders a chance to reinvigorate an economic relationship that both see crucial to growth and security.
Washington: Pinning hopes on Narendra Modi to give a new elan to "disillusioned and rudderless" Indo-US ties, two influential American foreign policy experts have said his leadersip offers a chance to recast the bilateral relationship in a "more realist mode".
Counter-terrorism co-operation with India is a very top priority for the US so as to prevent future terrorist attacks such as the 2008 Mumbai carnage, a top American official said, ahead of a crucial bilateral strategic dialogue.
With less than 100 hours left for Barack Obama to leave for his historic trip to India, the White House has said that the US President is looking to elevate the Indo-US relationship to a whole new level.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said
the US is laying the foundation for an "indispensable partnership" with the country and this effort would be
bolstered during President Barack Obama`s November visit.