The people of the United States and India have so much in common, but I think the three short words that open both of our constitutions may well be the most important to come back to. “We the people:” it is in those words that we have always found our strength, it is those words that inspire and allow citizens to feel empowered to shape the destinies of their countries, to hold their governments accountable, to make their governments more effective. You will defend the poor, and give voice to the marginalized. You will produce new ideas, and challenge old assumptions. You will serve the public interest, and protect human rights. And in so doing, you will move your country ever closer to fulfilling the great promise of its founding ideals.
- Ambassador Samantha Power
- Remarks on the Vibrancy, Resilience, and Impact of India's Civil Society, at a Reception in New Delhi, India
- Remarks at the Women in the World Summit in New Delhi, India
- Remarks on Effective Peacekeeping in the 21st Century, New Delhi, India
- Readout of the Meeting of Ambassador Samantha Power and Indian Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian
- Readout of the Meeting of Ambassador Samantha Power and Indian Foreign Secretary Dr. S. Jaishankar
- Readout of the Meetings of Ambassador Samantha Power and Government of India Officials