Renewed U.S.-India Partnership To Address Health, Development
Washington Post: A renewed U.S.-India partnership for the 21st century
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and U.S. President Barack Obama
“As nations committed to democracy, liberty, diversity, and enterprise, India and the United States are bound by common values and mutual interests. We have each shaped the positive trajectory of human history, and through our joint efforts, our natural and unique partnership can help shape international security and peace for years to come. … Our health collaboration will help us tackle the toughest of challenges, whether combating the spread of Ebola, researching cancer cures, or conquering diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, and dengue. And we intend to expand our recent tradition of working together to empower women, build capacity and improve food security in Afghanistan and Africa…” (9/30).
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