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Third U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue, 2012

The Third U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue provides both our countries with the opportunity to look forward to the future and the rich opportunities available to deepen our strategic partnership for the benefit of our people. Today, our two democracies are entering a new, more mature and substantive phase in our relationship. We have a growing strategic convergence and are cooperating at unprecedented levels on economics and trade, countering terrorism, education, science and technology, clean energy, health, and providing for regional and global security.

We are pleased to welcome Minister of External Affairs S.M. Krishna and the entire delegation from the Government of India to Washington on June 13 to discuss these and other issues with a wide range of U.S. Government officials. We look to deepen people-to-people, business-to-business, and government-to-government linkages between the world’s oldest and largest democracies, for the mutual benefit of both countries and for the promotion of global peace, stability, economic growth and prosperity. We hope you find this page to be useful. On the left hand side you will find recent remarks, several fact sheets, and events related to the Strategic Dialogue. On the right, you will find links to our Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter pages. Please follow us, friend us and share your thoughts with us.

Assistant Secretary for South and Central Asia
Robert. O. Blake, Jr.

-06/13/12 Joint Statement on the Third U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue; Office of the Spokesperson; Washington, DC
-06/13/12 Remarks With Indian Foreign Minister Somanahalli Mallaiah Krishna After Their Meeting; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Treaty Room; Washington, DC
-06/13/12 Remarks at the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Benjamin Franklin Room; Washington, DC


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