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Mar 06, 2019
Withdrawing GSP status no big deal, but Donald Trump’s myopic act may affect pace of India-US strategic tiesDonald Trump’s decision to end GSP for India is another example of his transactional attitude that focuses on narrow grievances at the cost of harming wider strategic considerations
Feb 20, 2019
Donald Trump dubs Pulwama attack 'horrible situation', but US has to do far more to end Pakistan's terror industryIf strong condemnation were to suffice, close to 50 nations, including some strategic Pakistan allies, have come out in support of India and criticised the powers behind the attack. However, there is a reason India depends on US to do more than just condemn the attack
Feb 07, 2019
Air India One flying president, PM to get Air Force One-like protection as US approves sale of two missile defence systems to IndiaThe US has agreed to sell two advanced missile defence systems to India for the two Air India One (Boeing-777) aircraft used by the Indian prime minister and president for an estimated cost of $190 million, bringing the security of Head-of-State aircraft at par with that of 'Air Force One' used by the American president
Jan 17, 2019
India is becoming a 'laboratory' for American companies and industry: US expertEmerging industries in online payments, AI, machine learning & more offer investment opportunities.
Jan 04, 2019
India’s reaction to Donald Trump’s ‘library’ jibe indicates New Delhi's deeper anxiety over US' shifting Afghan policyTalking to colleagues at the White House during chairing the first meeting of the new year, Trump launched into an incoherent and bizarre monologue.
Jan 03, 2019
Donald Trump takes dig at Narendra Modi for funding library in Afghanistan, claims not to know 'who is using it'India has responded to Trump's claims about the library project in Afghanistan, and said: "In Afghanistan, India plays a significant role as a development partner. This partnership is built on the specific needs and requirements worked out with the Government of Afghanistan."
Dec 04, 2018
India, US agree to accelerate defence, national ties; James Mattis reiterates Washington's appreciation for New Delhi's leadershipIndia and the US have agreed to accelerate defence and national security ties as Defence Secretary James Mattis, at a meeting with Indian counterpart Nirmala Sitharaman, asserted that the Trump Administration sees no contradiction between strategic autonomy and strategic partnership.
Nov 26, 2018
Mike Pompeo's statement on 26/11 is nothing new: US consistency and actual action on Pakistan are the real positivesThe Ministry of External Affairs welcomed Pompeo's remarks and reaffirmed the India's esolve to "to bring justice to the families of the victims and the martyrs" of 26/11
Nov 19, 2018
Indian defence forces embark on 12-day joint military drills with US forces in Rajasthan, Russians in Uttar PradeshDrills include training on aspects such as hostage rescue, desert survival and combat firing, the defence ministry stated
Nov 16, 2018
Despite blooming bromance between US and India, dissonance over tackling the China threat is glaringly evidentThere is an almost deliberate attempt on India’s part to play down the security angle of the quadrilateral meeting and place it within the larger context of ASEAN primacy. The subtext is clear: any third nation (read China) need not feel threatened.