A Diplomatic Interaction Led Between India And US Defence Ministry


The two-state discussion between India-US defense ministry and foreign ministry going to be the last most important diplomatic interaction of both countries on Tuesday until the US takes part in their elections on the 3rd of November in the USA. It has generated surprise in the diplomatic domain, not to talk of personal participation, just a week before the elections. The idea that this takes place or anything like that.

Mike Pompeo and  Mark Esper, US secretary of state and Secretary of defense respectively will be hosting the talk between the two nations on Tuesday and they are going to reach on Monday for the event. The US secretary of state and Secretary of defense will also consult with the national security advisor Ajit Doval, and invite Narendra Modi Prime minister of India.

There seems to be little fear that perhaps a future Joe Biden government will treat India very differently. Will, there surely become gaps, but the core concepts of Indian-US friendship and their underlying rationale, which are convergent interests, are said by Washington and New Delhi professionals to ensure that both nations move together peacefully.

The third and final basic arrangement about two security systems, the BECA, is intended to consolidate the two countries’ security relationships and important deals. The 2 + 2 relation seems to be, in reality, more important in the present context: in eastern Ladakh, India, and China have been sealed to its dead stand-off; in rivalry, both Us and China have intensified their relationships, there is a global epidemic in the world, and in China as in several other countries of the globe, militant nationalism is moving quickly. Also, the US might see a transition in the administration.

In the past years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Modi government is surprisingly keen to contain all the progress achieved mostly with the Trump government further from the risk-negative essence of Indian diplomacy.

In this week, U.S. Secretary of Defence Mark Esper said to the Atlantic Council, an American think tank, that “their (India) are facing the Chinese hostility every day in the Himalayas, in particular along the line of successful control.

They are all aware of what the Chinese government seems to do. It’s open in some situations. And what they are doing is in even more situations very opaque. But strategically, diplomatically, and in certain situations as in India, they are placing military pressure on countries to bend. And with that, we can’t just put away. We ought to keep all nations in line with international law and to meet the principles we have so well served. It’s not a question of the growth of China, it’s just how the Chinese government is growing.

Attempting to balance rapid military expansion in China has been one of the main priorities of today’s global rebalancing.

Esper noted that the “Five Eyes” meeting (a Cold War vintage intelligence-sharing agreement between the United States, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand) has focused its attention on the “indo-pacifical problems.” The India-US meeting also allows both sides to discuss the current situation between India and China on the LAC, and that India needs to go out alone.

All other factors will concentrate on defense purchases, co-development, and so on. India is purchasing more weapons and systems from the United States, which will grow after the BECA has been inked.

India and the United States are the top two countries in the world in Covid-19 instances – greater cooperation in dealing with Covid is likely to be addressed during the 2 + 2 Meeting on Tuesday in the Quad Plus System and bilaterally.

Afterward, Pompeo will fly to Male and Colombo, and India welcomes US dedication near India. This is a significant transition in foreign policy by India, which marks the region presently shared by the two nations.