Deepening Ties Will Shape Global Balance of Power: Indian-American Diplomat

Indian-American Diplomat Puneet Talwar (sitting) sworn in as US Assistant Secretary for Bureau of Political-Military Affairs by US Vice President Joe Biden
Indian-American Diplomat Puneet Talwar (sitting) sworn in as US Assistant Secretary for Bureau of Political-Military Affairs by US Vice President Joe Biden
NEW YORK:  The deepening India-US ties are among the most significant strategic developments of the past several years and will shape the global balance of power in the years to come, a senior Obama Administration official has said.

“In South Asia, we’re strengthening our security, economic, and people-to-people ties with India. In my view, India’s revival and deepening US-India ties are among the most significant strategic developments of the past several years,” US Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs Puneet Talwar said yesterday.
“They will shape the global balance of power for many years to come,” the Indian-American diplomat said while addressing a session in San Francisco on US foreign policy priorities in 2015.

 
He said that as the oldest and largest democracies, the US and India are seeing a natural convergence not only of values, but of “our vision for the future”.

Mr Talwar cited President Barack Obama’s historic visit to India this year as Chief Guest on the Republic Day in January and said that while India is one of the world’s oldest civilisations, it has the world’s most young people, with a median age of 27 and 600 million people under the age of 25.

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