The United States champions diversity among members of its diplomatic corps to have a full representation of American life abroad.
The U.S. supports a free and open Indo-Pacific and works to improve prosperity, fight climate change and support democracy in the region.
President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh concluded a landmark agreement on March 2, 2006, that would place India’s civilian nuclear program under international safeguards and enable full civilian nuclear cooperation with the United States.
The annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices cover internationally recognized individual, civil, political and worker rights.
A government that looks like America is a Biden administration priority—and data shows this is the most diverse government in America’s history.
Strong people-to-people ties between the United States and India date back over 200 years, to the earliest days of the United States and well before India’s independence.