A democratic republic. A revolutionary constitution for its time and place. Nuclear weapons. Religious and cultural diversity. Centuries of oppression. Polarized politics. Terrorism. An aversion to China's ascent. Divisive leadership. Are you thinking of India or the United States? As the title suggests, the world's largest democracies have a lot in common. Using comparative law methods, we examine legal and policy issues that affect India and the United States. We interview experts on both countries on diverse topics such as caste discrimination, intellectual property, and bankruptcy. We hope each country can benefit by the laws and practices of each country. Hosted by Professor Sital Kalantry and numerous students at Cornell Law School and Seattle University Law School.