It is clear that Modi is determined to set a new course, both for India's own future and for its relationship with the United States. Now comes the hard work of implementing these grand visions by way of seeing the nuclear deal deliver on its promise, achieve and expand on the targets laid out in the climate cooperation statement, and mobilise both countries' private and public sectors to increase trade fivefold.
Jonathon Price is the Deputy Director of the Aspen Strategy Group, a policy program of the Aspen Institute that seeks to promote high level bipartisan dialogue on critical foreign policy and national security issues. The Aspen Strategy Group was conceived as a mediation forum during the Cold War, and 25 years later, it is still charting a vital course for bipartisan problem solving and dialogue in foreign policy. He is also responsible for ongoing track II initiatives with India and China along with the Aspen Ministers Forum, a convening of former Foreign Ministers founded by Madeleine Albright. Before joining the Aspen Institute, he served as Deputy Assistant for the Korean Ambassador to the United States, Lee Tae-sik. Prior to his work with Ambassador Lee, he was the Special Assistant to the Consul General with the Korean Consulate in Atlanta and interned with The Carter Center, focusing on the conflicts in Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He serves on the board of KaleidoLINKS, an organization that provides innovative afterschool programming to Washington, DC high school students. He received a bachelor’s degree from Emory University and a master’s degree in government from Johns Hopkins University.
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