US Congress Reaffirms Ties With India
By Husain Haqqani and Aparna Pande
The purpose of CAATSA was to chasten the United States’ enemies, not punish its friends, argue supporters of a waiver for India.
A CAATSA Waiver for India: What’s Really at Stake
By Chet Lee
If the U.S. wants to counter China’s military expansion into the Indian Ocean, it cannot afford to jeopardize security ties with India.
The Problem With CAATSA
By Mukesh Aghi and Vikram Mahajan
The U.S. government has many reasons to grant India a waiver for its purchases of Russian defense equipment.
S-400s, CAATSA Complicate India-US Ties
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
It is not yet clear how the U.S. will respond to India’s receipt of Russia-made S-400 air defense systems.
Assessing India’s CAATSA Sanctions Waiver Eligibility
By Richard M. Rossow and Kriti Upadhyaya
Whether the U.S. sanctions India or not under the 2017 law will crucially depend on a single question: Between Russia and China, who is the bigger threat?
India to Press on With Purchase of Russian S-400 Surface-to-Air Missile System
By Ankit Panda
New Delhi has notified the United States of its intention to proceed with the sale.
The US-India Partnership and Its Discontents: Managing Trump-Era Turbulence
By Harsh V. Pant
Can Trump-era turbulence in the U.S.-India relationship be effectively managed?