Following President Obama’s visit to India in November, the Aspen Strategy Group traveled to New Delhi from January 13-15, 2011, for the fifteenth convening of the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue. On January 13, the US delegation met with a variety of senior Indian officials, including Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, to discuss the geopolitical landscape, as well as India’s recent domestic policy. This was followed by two days of roundtable sessions, in which participants gathered for an Aspen-style, informal, and off-the-record discussion. Our roundtable sessions addressed topics including the state of the U.S.-India relationship following the presidential visit, bilateral economic cooperation and inclusive growth, Afghanistan and Pakistan, the global commons, the G-20 and the global financial order, and China. The ASG, in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry as well as Aspen India, continually explores ways in which the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue can evolve and adapt to the changing nature of this important partnership, and has already begun efforts towards further facilitating and expanding these important conversations for our next meeting.