Super Century: Why Any Friction Between India & US is Temporary
We should treat any friction in the India-US relationship as temporary & stay focused on the unequivocal alliance.
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Perhaps for the first time since the 2008 nuclear deal, India seems a bit insecure about where it stands with its long-time friend and strategic partner, the United States of America. The reason: The rather mercurial President Trump and his belligerent trade wars.
But I argue that we should treat any friction in the India-US relationship as temporary and stay focused on the long-term prize: An unequivocal alliance.
It’s all here in my latest book, Super Century: What India Must Do To Rise By 2050.
Know the Author
Raghav Bahl is a writer, editor, broadcast journalist and an entrepreneur. In his first innings as the founder of Network18, he created two media companies, valued at over a billion dollars apiece, from scratch. He has the unique distinction of successfully partnering with competing media giants, including Bloomberg, CNN, Viacom, CNBC, A&E Networks and Forbes.
In his second innings, he has pioneered digital/mobile-first journalism in India with The Quint. His columns and video blogs are assiduously followed by Internet millennials.
His two earlier books, SuperPower? The Amazing Race between China’s Hare and India’s Tortoise and SuperEconomies: America, India, China and the Future of the World, have been bestsellers.
He has an honours degrees in Economics from St Stephen’s College and a master’s in business administration from the University of Delhi.
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