A vision for future U.S.–India intelligence cooperation
in The future of U.S.–India security cooperation
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This chapter argues that U.S. and Indian vital strategic interests in the Indo-Pacific region are strongly converging, which gives promise to an expanded and deepened bilateral intelligence relationship.  Geostrategic challenges posed by China’s demonstrable military and economic presence along India’s land borders and its trade and energy routes in the Indian Ocean will place an increasing demand on India’s limited intelligence resources, paving the need for enhanced intelligence cooperation not only with the U.S., but with the Five Eyes community as well.  What has been missing in the many discussions of the U.S.–India defense intelligence relationship is an analysis of how U.S.-Indian intelligence cooperation can be enlarged.  The chapter addresses this research gap directly by outlining a deliberate roadmap for incremental measures to augment strategic and tactical-level intelligence sharing between the U.S. and India.

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