US perspective of the bilateral relationship; to encircle China

By Interaction desk

Since at least 2000, the United States has increasingly viewed India as an important partner.  Since then, the United States has made strategic decisions to change policy to push forward the long-term U.S.-India partnership. These decisions include moving past India’s nuclear weapons program to forge a civilian nuclear agreement; supporting India’s permanent membership in a reformed United Nations Security Council; making commitments to boost Indian defense capabilities, such as identifying India as a Major Defense Partner; and starting regular high-level dialogues between governments.

The recent visit of Donald Trump the President of USA on 25th February 2020 took this relationship to the peak. USA would like to contain China as it considers that China and Russia are the threat to its primacy over the world. It has adopted Indo-Pacific instead of Indian and Pacific oceans. USA has been gathering an axis of India-Japan-Australia and USA to contain China. China itself is not a militarily power to match USA without Russia. So USA has been working that these both countries keep distance so that USA with its allies could easily contain and neutralize China.

With Corona Virus China’s economy has badly damaged. Earlier, it used HAARP technology Tsunami, earthquake and Flood those were used against Pakistan, Japan, Iran and other countries. Since it has become known to the world, as widely believed that Corona virus is a biological attack, though it is yet to be confirmed. Earlier, the United States talks a big game about its relationship with India, but then the relationship becomes caught up in obstacles and the slow pace of change in both countries. Understanding how the United States thinks about India is important to understanding why India is usually absent from America’s daily policymaking radar and how to overcome that challenge.

Below are illustrations of how U.S. policymakers often view the relationship with India: As a democracy, India should be a natural partner for the United States and its rise should be good for the United States over time, whether or not it aligns with the United States on every issue. India is an increasingly important economic partner and market for the United States, but the potential of the economic relationship is constrained by India’s slow pace of economic liberalization and reluctance to abide by what the United States considers norms on issues such as intellectual property rights.

India’s rise will increasingly have a major effect on the world and the United States, whether through India’s contribution to climate change; India’s security posture toward Pakistan and China; or the choices that India makes about its economy and its effect on global trade. For some U.S. policymakers, India does not rank as one of the most important countries in the world and is unlikely to become one soon. India is not crucial for any of America’s top foreign policy priorities, whether in regards to Iran, North Korea, China, Russia, terrorism, or other issues.

India often pursues an independent path (sometimes still referred to in the United States as “non-aligned”) in international affairs and will not take on the level of responsibilities that the United States has traditionally expected with regard to global security issues or human rights.5 It wants the benefits of the international system without its constraints or obligations. India can help balance China’s rise in Asia in security terms as well as economic terms, by providing the countries of Asia another substantial economic partner to help them avoid economic dependence on China.

The United States and India have different takes on what to do about Pakistan, and India sometimes does not recognize the need for the United States to work with Pakistan on terrorism, especially as long as the United States has troops in Afghanistan. India’s imposition of strict regulation against NGOs, as well as the actions of some far-right nationalists, makes some American policymakers uncomfortable with a closer relationship.

USA is now neglecting all analysis and the human rights violations, criminal activities and state violence of Indian forces and RSS Nazi type of organization with the support of Modi Government towards Muslims and minorities as USA does not consider human a human when it comes to interest and policy of USA. India is a very inhuman country on the face of earth but USA will not take the notice but shall encourage it to do it whatever it would like to do with its own citizens.

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