I-Policy

I-Policy

Strengthening U.S.-India Ties

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India Policy (I-Policy) is an initiative based in Washington, DC, to educate U.S. policymakers on issues related to democracy and human rights in India.

India’s democracy is the largest in the world, and recently it has seen a decline in global indices that measure the strength of certain norms and practices. Areas of concern include freedom of the press, judicial independence, and protection of minorities. Economic stagnation has compounded these problems, and U.S. companies — including technology firms — have reported difficulties navigating India’s sensitive landscape.

Failure to address such issues may pose risks to economic prosperity, geopolitical stability, and the U.S.-India strategic partnership. To understand these risks and propose constructive solutions, India Policy will host dialogues and publish original policy research to keep stakeholders informed of key domestic developments in India, including those that can impact bilateral ties. By supporting India’s democracy, policymakers can ensure the U.S.-India relationship continues to reach new heights.


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Aug. 1, 2022
The Carter Center Announces New Initiative on Democracy in India

The Carter Center is establishing I-Policy (India Policy), an initiative to educate U.S. policymakers on issues related to democracy and human rights in India.


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