Advancing a 21st Century Partnership: America, India and Israel

International Leaders Summit and Jerusalem Leaders Summit’s Partners Call for a Bold and Principled US-India-Israel Trilateral Alliance

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From George Washington to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport, Rhode Island, 18 August 1790.

Joseph Brodecki, Principal in the Private Client Practice of Bernstein Global Wealth Management, Inc., Washington, DC, delivers a compelling speech on advancing US, India and Israel ties on the economic and cultural fronts.

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India and Israel Ties

Advancing a US-India Free Trade Agreement

“The optics and message are clear and it leverages America’s leadership to work out a trade deal with China,” International Leaders Summit co-founder Joel Anand Samy, who is organizing a U.S.-India Leaders Summit in Washington on Wednesday, told the Washington Examiner. “Importantly, if America and India can come to agreement with a combined consumer base of 1.6 billion people, then it sends a loud signal to businesses and markets that pursuing a level-playing field and calling for a fair trade deal is working.”

Further reading and viewing:

NPR: The American Behind The 2008 Attack On Mumbai

The Jerusalem Post: Jerusalem Leaders Summit aims to build ‘peace through strength’

i24NEWS TV: Barbara Rome Interviews Joel Anand Samy | Rule of Law and Peace Through Strength

November 26, 2018 | A report from Jerusalem, Israel: Barbara Opall-Rome, anchor of i24 News — Strictly Security with Joel Anand Samy, co-founder, International Leaders Summit. The interview focuses on addressing the 21st century challenges through a new rule of law, economic and security alliance including America, India and Israel on the 10th Anniversary of the Mumbai terrorist attacks.

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