This article is about the impact of USA election on India and what predictions have been made if Joe Biden is elected as the USA president.
When he was a Vice President in the Barack Obama’s administration, he wanted to build a good relation with india and he wanted to work with both Democrats and Republicans to approve the nuclear deal in the US Congress in 2008. With his support India was named as “Major Defense Partner” which was the first time any country was given this title outside the US alliance.
They also signed the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) that allows access of supplies to both the military bases.
This article also talks about Biden’s approach towards terrorism and about how the administration is going to look at China.
Over past few years we have seen China’s agressive behavior and bipartisan consensus amongst the Democrats and the republicans. When Trump was in power, he had been vocal about his support to India during the border stand off with China.
“A Biden Administration will also work with India to support a rules-based and stable Indo-Pacific region in which no country, including China, is able to threaten its neighbours with impunity,” his campaign document says.
Overall, we can see that Biden is in the support of Indo- US alliance and will try to maintain peace.