Trump’s India Visit Underscores ‘America First’ in South Asia Ties

In the last week of February, President Donald Trump paid maiden visit to India. It was aimed at strengthening bilateral ties in multiple domains between the two ‘allies’. This included mutual cooperation in Indo-Pacific, defence, maritime security, counterterrorism, cybersecurity, secure 5G networks, and combating drug trafficking. The presidential visit had all elements of public show of support and bilateral huddles to review the state of relationship. Immediately after his arrival in India, President Trump addressed a public meeting in Ahmedabad. His speech focused on India-U.S. partnership, democracy, and strategic convergence while overlooking on-going
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