The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration To Promote Sustainable Development

The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration To Promote Sustainable Development
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The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration To Promote Sustainable Development
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This volume reflects the insights that emerged during the 3-day workshop entitled “The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Promote Sustainable Development,” which took place at Dickinson College on March 12-14, 2013.   The primary purpose of this volume is to summarize the ideas shared by those professionals, in hope they will serve as a stimulus to further conversation and research about an increasingly important set of matters.

For the past 2 decades, the U.S. National Security Strategy has been based on four overarching national interests: defense of the homeland; economic prosperity; promotion of U.S. values; and a favorable world order. While U.S. national interests have not changed, in the current era, strategic leaders in government, the military, business, and civil society are confronted by complex challenges that have multiple causes and often lie at the intersection of matters related to globalization, sustainability, and security, and by forces that will shape the intermediate-term future of the global system.

In the current era, initiatives that involve cross-sector collaboration—collaboration among participants representing government, military, for-profit, non-profit, citizen groups, and intergovernmental organizations—to tackle problems that defy easy solution are becoming more commonplace at all levels of society.  Thus, there is an increasing need on the part of strategic leaders from all sectors to better understand the factors that contribute to the success of collaborative initiatives.  Those insights are relevant to efforts to promote sustainable development, a matter of importance in the context of the U.S.-India strategic relationship.

 

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Table of Contents

Foreword.......................................................................ix
Acknowledgements .......................................................xi
List of Participants ...........................................................xix
1. Introduction. The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Promote Sustainable
Development—Rationale for the Workshop and Overview of the Volume.....................1
Michael J. Fratantuono
PART I: WORKSHOP PAPERS AND DISCUSSANTS’ COMMENTS .............................25
Section 1: Theoretical Framework and Key Concepts .......................................................... 27

2. Designing and Strategically Managing Cross-Sector Collaborations..................................31
John M. Bryson, Barbara C. Crosby, and Melissa Middleton Stone

3. Seeking to Extend the Model: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Tackle Sustainable Development
in Transnational and Global Settings with the Military as a Partner .................................89
David M. Sarcone

4. Keynote Address: Sustainable Development and the U.S.-India Strategic Relationship ....103
Chandrashekhar Dasgupta

Section 2: Cross-Sector Collaboration: Implications for Strategic Leaders ...........................113

5. Preparing for the Future: Brcko, Kabul, Baghdad, and Beyond ........................................119
Jeffrey D. McCausland
6. Strategic Cross-Sector Collaboration: The United States and India .................................149
Vijay Kumar Singh

7. Discussant Comments .......................................................................................................177
Jack Clarke

Section 3: Environmental Security and Transnational Challenges in South Asia .................185

8. Environment and Security: Transnational Challenges, Transnational Solutions ...............189
Richard Matthew

9. How Sustainable is U.S.-India Cooperation in Central and South Asia? ..........................203
Stephen Blank

10. Discussant Comments ......................................................................................................247
Leif Rosenberger

Section 4: Prospects for Collaboration in the U.S.-India Strategic Relationship …................267

11. From the Nitisara to the Hitopadesha: Ancient India’s Impact on Modern India’s
Statecraft ...........................................................................................................................271
Andrew Salamone

12. Principle versus Pragmatism: The Evolving State of the U.S.-India Defense Trade
Relationship ......................................................................................................................295
Rahul S. Madhavan
13. The U.S.-India Strategic Partnership: Compelling Connections? .......................................301
Namrata Goswami

14. Discussant Comments ...........................................................................................................323
Ivan Welch

Section 5: Sustainable Development as a National Security Concern in India .........................329

15. Breaking out of the Greenhouse: Indian Leadership in Times of Environmental
Change .................................................................................................................................333
Dhanasree Jayaram
16. Sustainable Development and National Security Strategy for India: 2020 and
Beyond ................................................................................................................................351
Krishnappa Venkatshamy

17. Discussant Comments ..........................................................................................................401
Michael D. Beevers
PART II: CASE STUDIES OF CROSS- SECTOR COLLABORATION ............................. 417

18. Cross-Section Collaboration to Promote Sustainable Development ................................. 419
David M. Sarcone

19. Case Study 1: Forging Collaborations to Nurture Enterprises: The Journey of
Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust ..............................................................................................423
Rajesh Chakrabarti, Santosh Srinivas

20. Case Study 2: Collective Impact and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition .........459
Lalitha Vaidyanathan
21. Case Study 3: The ALLARM Approach: A Collaborative Process for Successful
Community Based Environmental Monitoring ............................................................ 467
Julie Vastine

22. Case Study 4: The Hershey Company: Committed to Social Responsibility through
Collaboration ................................................................................................................477
Todd Camp

23. Case Study 5: The Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship Program
at Pennsylvania State University: An Academically Driven Model of Cross-Sector
Collaboration to Create Sustainable Value for Developing Communities ...................487
Khanjan Mehta

24. The U.S.-India Relationship: Cross-Sector Collaboration to Promote Sustainable
Development— Insights from the Workshop; Possible Next Steps .............................497
Michael J. Fratantuono

Audience

U.S. and Indian diplomats, national security analysts, military personnel, including leaders, business executives, contractors, entrepreneurs, economists, and world trade brokers may be interested in the findings within this work.  Additionally, high school through post-secondary students in Global Education, World History & Cultures, and Geography/International Studies curriculum programs may be interested in this work as a supplemental text or reference for research papers on topics related to U.S. and India relations.

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  • Sustainable development, International cooperation, Congresses
  • Public-private sector cooperation, Congresses
  • India
  • Cross Sector Collaboration
  • United States India Relationship
  • Non-governmental organizations, International cooperation, Congresses
  • International agencies, Congresses
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