Chatterjee will serve as a senior policy advisor to the US Ambassador to the UN, while Gorur has been appointed as policy advisor at the mission, according to the official statement. In an interview to PTI in November, Chatterjee had said that there could be greater cooperation between India and the US in multilateral institutions, in particular at the UN Security Council where India is now a non-permanent member for the next two years beginning January. She had also favoured strategic dialogue with India on how to combat climate change would be a great opportunity. She had said that the Biden administration will have a more deliberate and thoughtful engagement with India and there will be an opportunity to really work with New Delhi to balance the burgeoning influence of China in the region, issues related to human rights would be back on the table of this bilateral relationship. In December, Chatterjee said that Biden, who then was president-elect, has historical experience with alliances and has an understanding of the historical partnership between the US and India as two powerful democracies. The Biden administration is going to be much more concerned with basic, fundamental human rights, she added.
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Tulsi Gabbard 's political positions are broadly similar to those of other Democratic primary contenders on healthcare, climate, education, infrastructure, and criminal justice reform, but she has distinguishable positions on issues ranging from Democratic Party internal politics to foreign affairs. For Gabbard, foreign and domestic policy are inseparable. She has said that the money spent on war should be redirected to serve health care, infrastructure, and other domestic priorities. Nevertheless, she describes herself as both a hawk and a dove : "When it comes to the war against terrorists, I'm a hawk", but "when it comes to counterproductive wars of regime change, I'm a dove. Aside from the "one main issue that is central to the rest, … war and peace", Gabbard highlights the following as the most important issues to her: national health insurance, big pharmaceutical and insurance companies; criminal justice reform, drug laws and the private prison industry; financial reform, including holding big banks and their executives accountable; and climate change and pollution. Gabbard has supported campaign finance reform ,  and the Financial Times describes it as one of her signature issues. In December , Gabbard co-sponsored the We the People Amendment , which proposes an amendment to the Constitution that would abolish corporate personhood and would hold that campaign contributions would not be protected under the First Amendment.
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