Filmed November 3, 2011
This third in a series on relationships of commercial, political, and strategic interest for both the United States and Korea examines the growing relevance of India for both the U.S. and ROK. India figures as a primary ally for the United States in South Asia as the world’s largest democracy, partner in research and destination for investment, a strategic counterbalance to China, and common supporter in the war against terrorism. India is increasingly a key destination for Korean investment as well, with particular focus on research and development, and stands as a democratic partner in Asia. This session, featuring the East-West Center’s Dr. Satu Limaye, explores the relevancy of India for Korean and American investors and strategists.
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