Deborah T. Cooper
Director, Administration
Executive Assistant to the President

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U.S. Senate India Caucus

The Senate India Caucus is a bipartisan coalition that promotes relations between the United States and India across a broad spectrum of strategic interests, such as combating terrorism and promoting democracy, economic development, human rights, scientific research, and natural disaster relief. Founded in 2004 by Senator John Cornyn (R–TX) and Senator Hillary Clinton (D–NY), it was the Senate’s first country-specific caucus. Today, Senator Cornyn and Senator Mark Warner (D–VA) serve as co-chairs. NBR has worked with the caucus since its founding, organizing briefings and publishing timely commentary by experts on U.S.-India relations.