Barack Obama to join India’s Republic Day parade will be the first US president.

Barack Obama to join India’s Republic Day parade will be the first US president.

In terms of bilateral relations, four months is not enough time, but last year the two countries since the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi relations have warmed to the new. Republic Day is coming to India at the invitation of Prime Minister Barack Obama’s visit to the effect that can be seen as a sequel.

In terms of the internal politics of the US, the Obama’re never so vulnerable and it is believed that the majority of the Democratic Party in the midterm elections of parliament since losing is not much left in their hands. Still, it will not affect bilateral relations. Barack Obama to join India’s Republic Day parade will be the first US president. Their migration is not just symbolic value, but also between the two countries is a good opportunity for large conventions and agreements.

Civil nuclear agreement between the two countries has not yet practical. This agreement is critical to India’s energy needs, the US nuclear companies in terms of business, too. During their stay, with responsibility for the provision of the agreement is agreed upon, then it will be great indeed. Besides India, where ‘make India’ investment needs for such programs, is increasing its exports to the US and India that could be a perfect market.

The fact that bilateral trade between the two countries increased in the past decade has reached hundred billion dollars, but the US-China bilateral trade of about $ 580 billion less than it is now. Also among the two countries on the terrorism front, there have been talks and exchange of information is also on the Pakistan-sponsored terrorism is the biggest concern for India.

In his annual address to the US Congress, of course Obama from Paris to Pakistan is committed to fighting the spread of terrorism, but not a string of organizations such as the JuD and let slurs, then the resolution would be an anachronism.

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