The Biden Administration recently announced that it would review a request by the Indian government to transfer technology from one of America’s most advanced fighter engines—General Electric’s F414—to India. The deal would bolster India’s capacity to field indigenously produced fighters with some of the most powerful and reliable engines in the class, saving decades of research and development costs. The agreement would also strengthen the growing strategic partnership between India and the U.S. Any advanced technology transfer carries inherent risks, even with reliable strategic partners. However, assuming that those risks can be sufficiently mitigated, and that India is also […]

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