The most fascinating ‘Strategic Partnership’ in US history – with no winners

In its first five years, the Strategic Partnership between the US and India has brought the world’s largest economies together.

It is also one of the most secretive, with few details about the pact and no winners.

But that hasn’t stopped people from trying to figure out what makes the partnership work, and how it might be used to improve trade and investment between the two countries.

The strategic partnership has generated the most media coverage in the history of media, according to research by The Atlantic’s Philip Bump and Andrew Cohen.

What is the strategic partnership?

The strategic alliance between the United States and India is the largest trade and strategic partnership in the world, according the World Economic Forum.

The deal is the brainchild of the Obama administration, a joint venture of the two governments.

It aims to improve US-India trade and economic relations, and is the most ambitious of any bilateral trade deal in history.

Under the Strategic Partnerships Agreement, the two sides are expected to sign agreements worth $1 trillion in the next decade.

The agreement has also included other economic measures that have increased US-Indian trade and investments in the past decade, including the $500 million investment India recently received from the Trump administration in the Keystone XL pipeline.

How did it happen?

The deal was first signed in February 2009, and took about five years to negotiate, according a New York Times article from January 2009.

It has had three major phases, the Times reported.

First, India agreed to buy $2 billion worth of US agricultural products, including corn, soybeans and cotton.

Second, India signed a $100 billion investment pact with the United State, including $500 billion in infrastructure projects.

Third, the agreement was signed in 2015.

Why are there no winners?

“India is the only country in the region that doesn’t own the United Nations Security Council seat,” a former US trade representative told the Times.

The treaty is one of many bilateral deals between the world powers, including trade agreements with the EU and Australia.

But it has not led to any new trade deals.

India and the US are still negotiating bilateral deals with South Korea and Vietnam.

But they do not appear to have much in common with one another.

The US trade agreement with South Korean conglomerate Samsung was signed just before the Strategic partnership agreement was finalized.

India has also been negotiating trade deals with Australia and the EU.

Both of those agreements, however, were not officially signed until 2018.

India’s first-ever trade agreement, with Bangladesh, was signed earlier this year.

Why is India so secretive?

India has been known to be secretive about the details of the bilateral deals, said Peter Hessler, a professor of international trade law at George Washington University and a former senior US trade official.

He said that the bilateral agreements with India “were negotiated behind closed doors.”

In addition to India’s insistence on signing secrecy agreements, the US also has to sign secrecy agreements with other countries.

For example, India has a secret pact with Vietnam to keep the deal under wraps.

But India has never disclosed any details about that agreement.

The only other country in India that has signed a bilateral trade agreement is the US.

India also has a deal with Australia.

It was announced last month.

What happens next?

India is expected to officially announce the agreement on February 22, 2019, and it is expected that the deal will be ratified in 2019.

But the deal hasn’t been officially announced and it could take years to complete.

“It could take as long as ten years for a formal agreement to be final,” Hessler said.

“So I’m worried about it not being finalized in a timely fashion.

It will be a difficult process, because it’s so big and complex.”

The agreement is also a huge step for India, which has struggled to compete with the Chinese in the global manufacturing and technology market.

“India has done a lot of good to make its manufacturing economy stronger and better competitive and now the US has done its part by signing an agreement to strengthen the strategic relationship,” said Michael Frakt, senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington-based think tank.

“The bilateral trade is one that will do great things for India.

The other thing is that the US is going to have to do a lot more to get a better relationship with India than it has with other emerging economies like China, which is the other major Asian economic power.”

How will it help?

The bilateral deal is important for both sides, but it will likely benefit the US more than India, according Frakst.

India is “the largest consumer of US exports and imports, so that’s a huge plus for US businesses,” he said.

Frakth said the deal would be good for US companies because it will “create the conditions for the two economies to continue to grow.”

“The US can’t grow without its Indian partners,” Fraktor said. But