The writer is director of the India Project at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC.
Tanvi Madan writes: The Quad fits with President Biden’s desire to see democracies try to deliver, and the administration’s broader foreign policy approach emphasising alliances and partnerships — and it helps provide a solution to its China problem.
Delhi will need to consider what America’s choice on November 3 will mean for American power and purpose — because assessments of that could determine how Beijing decides to act in the region and globally.
Given the unpredictability of the US president, PM Modi’s team should be prepared to deal with surprises and be responsive without compromising core Indian interests or overpromising. Modi's visit is an opportunity to showcase the mutual benefits of the India-US relationship.
The US-India relationship has evolved beyond big bang announcements.
India,US need patience and belief in the strategic partnership
John Kerrys pro- or anti- India tilt may not determine bilateral ties
In Washington today,there is bipartisan support for strong India-US ties