The Indian government’s flip flop over signing the LEMOA with the US

5 May 2016
The Indian government’s flip flop over signing the LEMOA with the US
Bharat Karnad analyses

Bharat Karnad, Research Professor at CPR and a national security expert traces the trajectory of the Indian government’s approach to signing the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) with the US in a series of select articles over March and April, 2016, listed below:

The Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement (LEMOA) is one of the three major foundational agreements between India and the US which facilitates the exchange of logistics between military forces of the two nations. The most significant of these will permit the military forces of each country to resupply and replenish, and stage operations out of the other’s military air bases, land facilities, and ports. 

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