Why India is Successful in Bilateral Diplomacy, Not in Multilateral Forums
By Muqtedar Khan
At the bilateral level, its friends are happy to sell it arms but it is yet unable to make its interests the world’s interests in global forums.
America’s India Problem
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Predictions of the demise of Indian democracy by American media and activists are exaggerated and reflect a narrow understanding of India’s history and complexity.
What the GE Engine Deal Means for India’s Military Diversification
By Rahul Bhatia
American defense technologies can help India reduce its reliance on Russian arms and increase indigenous capacity.
Modi Tests Bipartisan Support in Washington for India-US Ties
By Mohamed Zeeshan
The end of shared values and a shift to a more transactional relationship have several implications for both countries.
India-US Space Cooperation Takes Off
By Anuttama Banerji
Space and outer space are the theaters that will propel India’s rise and give a new dimension to the India-U.S. bilateral partnership.
Modi’s State Visit to the US is Shadowed by Human Rights Concerns
By Aamer Madhani
US officials say that President Biden will raise his concerns but will avoid lecturing the Indian PM on democracy during their formal talks.
Will Modi’s US Visit Provide a Cooling Solution to a Warming Planet?
By Zerin Osho and Kiran Ghosh
Climate change needs to be a key part of the agenda. Eliminating HFCs – the topic of a previous breakthrough – is a good place to start.
Mr. Modi Goes to Washington: Breaking New Ground in the India-US Strategic Partnership
By Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty
Beyond the Indus podcast hosts Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty discuss Modi's state visit to the U.S., and broader trends in India-U.S. relations, with Rajeshwari Pillai Rajgopalan.
Biden is Feting the Indian PM Despite His Dismal Human Rights Record
By Aamer Madhani and Krutika Pathi
The U.S. President sees ties with India as vital to tackling challenges emanating from climate change, disruptions related to AI, and a rising China.
Modi Comes to Washington: Prospects and Challenges for India-US Relations
By C. Raja Mohan, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Mukesh Aghi, Farwa Aamer, and Meera Gopal
Exploring the trajectory of the relationship in four key sectors: defense, global order, business and technology, and climate change.
India and the US are Grappling with Uncomfortable Truths
By Mohamed Zeeshan
When Modi goes to Washington, the two sides are likely to sweep their problems under the carpet.
India, US Discuss Upgrading Defense Ties to Counter China
By Ashok Sharma
The two sides discussed co-development of new technologies and co-production of existing and new systems.