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National security and national interests, in terms of realist premises are the core value for every nations whether it is big power or small power in international system . Security and defense strategy of the US and India after the Cold War has been significantly outlined the importance of national interests in The "strategic Partnership" pursued by the US Administration under the President Bush in 2004 was remarkably a turning point in Indo-US relations. Progressively, Obama-Modi relation is also supportive to 200S Indo-US Nuclear Deal though the US Congress and India opposition groups harshly criticized at the implementation of the Deal under internatima1ly recognized measures and standards. India and Pakistan, the rival regional power in south Am are, in fact, unilaterally withdrew from Non-Nuclear Proliferation (NPI) as signatories after 2010 missile tests. The US together with European Union imposed sanction both India and Pakistan for nuclear missile tests Here, it is necessary understand the security and defense priority of both countries is to be observed based on mutual national interests. It also needs to study major factors that force India and the US to continue strategic partnership under the context of Indian Ocean Region (IOR). At least, it hopes to learn lessons from 2005 Indo-US Nuclear Deal negotiation of India and the US in context of Civilian purpose nuclear technology in country development
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