The South Asia Channel

A Year Makes All the Difference in U.S.-India Relations

Past quarrels between Washington and Delhi have become just that: past. Since the Khobragade affair plummeted relations over a year ago, diplomatic ties are on the rebound. Here's why.

The South Asia Channel

In U.S.-India’s Defense: Pivoting the Strategic Partnership Forward

After a shaky stretch, Washington and Delhi have a window to pivot the partnership beyond just arms traders. These old democratic friends need a seamless, strategic partnership

The South Asia Channel

Open the Trade Gates: U.S., India Revive Ties With Enterprise

The world's largest democracies are closing doors on contentious issues of the past, and letting the trade gates wide open, unleashing a new wave of U.S.-India courtship not seen in years.

Shadow Government

Obama’s Main Stage Moment in India

President Barack Obama’s impending visit to India comes at an opportune time; he will arrive in New Delhi to take part in India’s Republic Day ...


Is India's Economic Growth About to Bypass China?

For years, economists have argued that the Indian economy should grow faster than China’s. Is it finally on track to do so?

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