The US statement says "India's legacy of #nonalignedmovement, #NAM and commitment to a policy of "strategic autonomy" is often viewed as limiting the relationship (between India and the US)". So US wishes India to leave its ideal of 'strategic autonomy'. So that the US soldiers can enter into Indian Sub continent ?
We must memorize Henry Kissinger's often proved real prophecy, " who ever makes friendship with the US would end up in the US occupation of that Country militarily".
Non aligned Movement, NAM was formed under the aegis of Nehru, Tito of Yugoslavia and Nasar of Egypt to preserve Sovereignty of Nations. Presently no Political party in India is showing any disinclination towards US's hegemonic tendencies. Either BJP or Congress both are competing in the race to please and embrace friendship with the US. God save Indian Nation
At present US soldiers ( Troops ) stationed abroad are - 60,000 in Germany, 50,000 in Japan, 40,000 in South Korea, 40,000 in Philippines, 10,000 in the UK and so on. These figures do not include private contract armies supplied from the US. For example in Afghanistan about 1,30,000 US soldiers are officially work there. Whereas same number of private armies from the US work in Afghanistan. These countries are called satellite countries of the USA. They have no policy of their own but follow the US dictates in every front - domestic or foreign affairs. Perhaps Indian establishment is galloping towards the goal of becoming another Satellite country of the US.
It must be noted that the US prefers BJP more rather than Congress. For BJP is the party which initiated Nuclear deal. Congress not unfavorable to the US. Rajiv Gandhi is the man who changed the gear and departed from the ideal of 'Non aligned movement' and swinged towards the US alignment.
Partnership with India good for US and global peace: Pentagon", dt. 10.4.13. A top US commander has pushed for a strong strategic partnership with New Delhi, arguing that this is not only in America's national interest, but also good for regional and global peace and stability in diplomatic language.
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