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What Joe Biden's rise to presidency means for pain points in India-US ties

While the ties between the India and US will continue to grow, there is a possibility of a change in the handling of key issues by the Joe Biden administration.

November 09, 2020 / 07:58 PM IST

Since his days as a senator in the 1970s, US President-elect Joe Biden has been a strong proponent of closer India-US ties. The former vice president of the US played an important part in the development of Indo-Pacific partnership that took off under the Barack Obama administration.

Biden expressed his views on India-US relationship at multiple platforms during his election campaign as well. "We'll continue to value the US-India relationship. For Donald Trump, it's photo-ops. For me, it's getting things done," Biden said in his op-ed, in which he reflected on his track record in respect t0 India-US ties.

While the ties between the two democracies will continue to grow, there is a possibility of a change in handling of key issues, as Biden's stance may differ from the previous Donald Trump administration on several key issues.

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