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WEBCAST | The Present and Future of U.S.-India Technology Cooperation

Date & Time

Jul. 12, 2022
10:30am – 12:00pm ET


Recent months have produced some key developments for technology and the U.S.-India relationship. These include the launch of a new U.S.-India Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies (iCET); the prominent role of tech issues in the Quad, resulting in a recent new statement of principles on critical technology supply chains; and the focus on tech policy and trade as drivers of economic growth in the Indo Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF).

This online event marks the launch of a new partnership between the Wilson Center and NASSCOM that will look at the opportunities and challenges of deeper U.S.-India tech cooperation. It will propose priorities and ways forward, identify potential near-term wins for bilateral tech cooperation, and discuss obstacles and how to address them. The event will also announce a new Track 1.5 dialogue that will take these issues forward in greater detail. Additionally, the event will release a new study by IHS Markit that highlights recent contributions that the Indian tech industry has made to the U.S. economy.


Jennifer Bachus

Senior Bureau Official and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Cyberspace and Digital Policy, U.S. Department of State

Karen Campbell

Associate Director, Economics & Country Risk Team, S&P Global Market Intelligence

Sudhakar Dalela

Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of India 

Bridget Turaga

Program Director, Office of International Science and Engineering, National Science Foundation 


Hosted By

Indo-Pacific Program

The Indo-Pacific Program promotes policy debate and intellectual discussions on US interests in the Asia-Pacific as well as political, economic, security, and social issues relating to the world’s most populous and economically dynamic region.   Read more

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