With the signing of a key military pact with the US and the recent Quad meeting in Japan, India clearly seems to be leaving the obsession of "non-alignment" to strengthening ties with the US in the wake of rapidly changing security scenario in South-Asia. During the third 2+2 ministerial dialogue on Tuesday, India and the US signed Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) which will enable New Delhi to use data of US satellites to enhance the accuracy of Indian security systems. The signing of the BECA comes at a time when India is engaged in a prolonged face-off with China along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh and is facing the increased threat of...Full Article
How changing geo-political situation pushes India towards US: Explained
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