April 30, 2018
From a demographic, economic, and geopolitical outlook, it is difficult to estimate the full impact that India will have on the coming century. Likewise, efforts to advance shared interests in not just the Indo-Pacific region, but also on the global stage, will be in large part determined by India’s participation. Coming from his unique vantage point, Ambassador Navtej Singh Sarna sits down with Tea Leaves to discuss the past, present, and future of India’s role in the region and its relationship with the United States. From building constructive relationships with regional players and India’s transition from “looking east” to “acting east,” Ambassador Sarna explains to the Tea Leaves hosts why he believes an entirely positive U.S.-Indian relationship is only constrained by time and energy.