In September 2018, the U.S. signed a security agreement with India unlocked the sales of billions of dollars of high-tech American weapons. India will purchase fighter jets, transport planes, drones and missile defense systems from American military manufacturers including Lockheed Martin. The U.S. government is seeking India as an ally to counter the rise of China and Russia’s military strength in the Indo-Pacific region. Proponents argue that the agreement is necessary to counter China and Russia’s influence and the agreement will generate billions of dollars in revenue for U.S. military defense contractors. Opponents argue that the agreement will encourage China and Russia to beef up their militaries and trigger a global arms race.
Yes, because India is one among the only democratic (the largest democracy in existence) which is a natural ally of the U.S and shares similar values and virtues. Nations having a similar thought process should always move together. It would a diplomatic and political defeat otherwise.
No, we should increase diplomatic efforts to resolve conflicts peacefully and realistically we should not sell military weapons to any foreign country but if both China and Russia continue influence India then as a last resort we sell military weapons to defend themselves and also it will help boost the economy a little.
No, we should unite with Russia, and all white nations, to destroy Israel, china, india, and all other subhuman nations.
No, selling military weapons to foreign countries would enable those countries to reverse-engineer our technologies. Better to pursue diplomatic efforts to resolve conflicts peacefully. We could also offer to establish bases jointly operated by US and Indian militaries, and equipped with light contingent of weapons for the purpose of self defense.
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