India as a leadership role in US First National Security Strategy Released by Trump
Tuesday - December 19, 2017 12:49 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Acknowledge India as a rising global power while Pakinstan and China as inhibitory to US interests
After his planning to revise the Obama regime rules related with extension of work authorisation to spouse of H-1 B visa holders, US President Donald Trump Unveil his "America First National Strategy”, might be a positive sign for India. While revealing the policy Trump made it clear that Washington will support a “leadership role" for India in the "broader" Indo-Pacific region. Against this scenario he declared "We will deepen our strategic partnership with India and support its leadership role in Indian Ocean security and throughout the broader region."
On his serious note to Pakistan in his policy Trump told that Pakistan have to intensify its counterterrorism efforts to be a strategic partner of US and stop supporting militants and terrorists who target a partner s own service members and officials. The United States also encourage Pakistan to continue demonstrating that it is a responsible steward of its nuclear assets."
Strategic document also devoted to threats from China which he framed that China is using economic inducements and penalties influence operations and implied military threats to persuade other states to heed its political and security agenda which results a geopolitical competition between free and repressive visions of world order is taking place in the Indo-Pacific region.
US First National Security Strategy document which considered Indian emergence as a leading global power and stronger strategic and defense partner for US is surely supportive for India in context to current scenario of Indian Continent.
While Trump has set out an American strategy along these lines in recent months these declarations of India’s role and ties with it were reiterated in a global context with his strategic plan.
-- Window To News with inputs from IANS