Miller Coauthors Column on U.S.-India Trade Relationship
Manjari Chatterjee Miller – currently a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and on leave from Boston University’s Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies where she is an Associate Professor of International Relations – published a column in Hindustan Times on the importance of the United States–India trade relationship.
Miller coauthored the article, titled “Boosting trade, the key to stronger Indo-US ties,” with CFR Fellow for Trade Policy Inu Manak. In their piece, the authors argue that India and the U.S. should strengthen its economic cooperation through formal channels – the U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum (TPF) and Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for example – and reduce barriers preventing trade such as tariffs. The two claim that “without solid trade mechanisms in place as anchors, the foundation of the US-India partnership will remain brittle,” which does not fully serve either of the world’s largest democracies well.
The full article can be read on the Hindustan Times’ website.
Manjari Chatterjee Miller is an Associate Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University. Currently, on leave from the School, she is serving as a Senior Fellow at CFR where she focuses on India, Pakistan, and South Asia. She works on foreign policy and security issues with a focus on South and East Asia. Her most recent book, Routledge Handbook of China–India Relations (Routledge & CRC Press, 2020), is a comprehensive guide to the Chinese-Indian relationship covering expansive ideas ranging from the historical relationship to current disputes to AI. Learn more about Professor Miller on her Pardee School faculty profile.