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US-India Relations under a Joe Biden Presidency

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A Joe Biden presidency will impact some of India’s core interests more than others. But overall, recent progress in US-India relations is set to continue.

A Different Contagion: India’s Bank Bailouts

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The potential collapse of India’s banking sector is a contagion of a different kind, and its ramifications could be felt far longer than the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trump in India: A Triumph of the Personal over the Political

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Trump’s visit to India was long on spectacle but short on any tangible benefit for the United States.

Backgrounder: India-Pakistan Clashes in Kashmir

F-16s from the Pakistan Air Force fly near a KC-135 Stratotanker after refueling during an Exercise Red Flag mission July 21, 2010, at Nellis Air Force, Nev. Approximately 100 Pakistan Air Force F-16B pilots and support personnel are participating in Red Flag. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Daniel Phelps) PAF at Red Flag, cc Flickr DVIDSHUB, modified,

A sudden string of escalations in Kashmir risks a dangerous new conflict between South Asia’s two nuclear-armed states.

Malabar 2018: Why Is It Important?

PHILIPPINE SEA (June 14, 2017) Ships from the Indian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) and the U.S. Navy sail in formation during Malabar 2018. Malabar 2018 is the 22nd rendition of the exercise and the first time it has been hosted off the coast of Guam. Malabar is designed to advance military-to-military coordination in a multinational environment between the U.S., Japan and Indian maritime forces. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Erwin Jacob V. Miciano/Released) 180615-N-VI515-648, modified

Deepening military cooperation was on display in this year’s annual Malabar exercises between India, the United States, and relative newcomer Japan.

AQIS Ups the Ante, but against India or Islamic State?

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AQIS has apparently changed its information warfare strategy to try and make itself more relevant vis-à-vis an ascendant Islamic State.

Has India Seen Its First ‘Lone Wolf’ Terrorist?

A memorial following the 2008 Mumbai attacks, cc Flickr Vivek Patankar, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

The case of Alem Jeb Afridi in India has many of the characteristics of a ‘lone wolf’ terrorist attack.

Decoding Modi’s Upcoming Visit to Saudi Arabia

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There’s a lot to be gained on both sides of the Indo-Saudi equation.

Stop holding India’s Parliament Ransom

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Congress’ latest campaign against the Modi government is nothing but hypocrisy and hot air.

No Easy Answers in Kashmir

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Farooq Abdullah’s suggestion of a partition along the Line of Control in Kashmir is easier said than done.

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