Indo-U.S. relations touch new heights with strategic dialogue: analysts (2)

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However, Professor K.K. Roy Chaudhuri of Delhi University said that with some Indian science and defense entities still under sanctions, "India's demand to liberalize high technology exports to it has not at all found favor with the U.S. in the spirit of the India-U.S. Strategic Dialogue".

"Moreover, Washington's reluctance to explicitly endorse India for a permanent United Nations' Security Council seat is another huddle to the so-called successful dialogue," he said.

He also said that India has been pushing hard for access to Mumbai attacker suspect David Headley, a U.S. citizen in police custody, "but New Delhi is yet to get it and the U.S. sometimes seems to be showing a bit reluctance".

Analyst Ravi Dawa summed up: "India considers its mutually beneficial relationship with the United States to be one of its foremost foreign policy priorities. And, it has really touched new heights, but definitely it has a lot to go still. However, time will finally tell."

Source: Xinhua
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