Q.2 Strategic partnerships capable of re-shaping the international global order cannot be based simply on a negative agenda. In the context of this, examine the need for a reckoning with how interrelated climate and trade are to securing U.S.-India leadership globally, and how their strategic efforts can flounder without a sincere commitment to a robust bilateral agenda on both fronts. (10 Marks)

Mentor’s comment-
  • In the intro, mention COP26 and India’s commitment to net-zero targets.
  • In the body, mention increasing India-US ties around the shared concerns around China. In the next part, mention the need for collaboration in the areas of trade and climate change, a collaboration between two countries under the Climate and Clean Energy Agenda Partnership. Also mention the failure of the U.S. and India to articulate a shared vision for a comprehensive trade relationship. Link between trade and climate change in terms of technology transfers etc.
  • Conclude by mentioning that concerted action on both the climate and trade fronts is mutually beneficial and will lend additional strength to the foundation of a true partnership for the coming century.
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Siddharth CHATURVEDI
Siddharth CHATURVEDI
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