In his chapter, "What Should We Expect from India as a Strategic Partner?" in Henry Sokolski (ed.), Gauging U.S.-Indian Strategic Cooperation (Strategic Studies Institute, March 2007), Carnegie Senior Associate Ashley J. Tellis analyzes the historical "sine wave" nature of the U.S.-India relationship and outlines the value and practical consequences of the transforming bilateral relationship. Touching on various aspects of U.S.-Indian strategic collaboration, he argues that bilateral cooperation between Washington and New Delhi is "eminently possible" on many issues vital to U.S. interests in Asia and the world.

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