A significant component of U.S. diplomatic efforts is encouraging security cooperation. In mid-April, Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Andrew J. Shapiro traveled to India and Bangladesh to resume the Political-Military Dialog aimed at enhancing bilateral security cooperation with each of these countries. In a closed door meeting with South Asia scholars and policy analysts in the Washington, D.C. area, Shapiro addressed the results of those meetings. Carnegie’s Ashley J. Tellis moderated.
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