Amid 'America Firs't chasing Indian goals

Mar 16, 2017
By Ted Gover
The isolationist ideas behind US President Donald Trump's ‘America First' doctrine — a vigorous argument to change the US' actions at home and abroad while departing from the US postwar order that Trump argues has left many American workers behind — threaten a retreat of American leadership and engagement in Asia. The possible economic and security ramifications of this markedly different US platform has created uncertainty in regional affairs and needs to be offset by India's increased engagement with the region and broader world.
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