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India-US Dispute: A Storm in a Teacup?

India-US Dispute: A Storm in a Teacup?

By Prem Singh Gill
A U.S. diplomat’s visits to Pakistan-administered Kashmir have created tensions between Delhi and Washington, but the diplomatic dispute is unlikely to result in a breakdown in their strategic relationship.    

India-US Space Cooperation Gets a New Fillip

India-US Space Cooperation Gets a New Fillip

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The latest Biden-Modi summit followed up on major space cooperation initiatives announced during Modi's state visit in June.
Finding a Goldilocks Moment for India in the U.S.-China Subsea Cables Race

Finding a Goldilocks Moment for India in the U.S.-China Subsea Cables Race

By Radhey Tambi and Aishwarya Acharya
India’s capacity to produce fiber cables, paired with U.S. capability to lay them on the seabed, presents a prime opportunity for New Delhi.

Michael Kugelman on the India-Pakistan Relationship

Michael Kugelman on the India-Pakistan Relationship

By Shannon Tiezzi
Pakistan wants a more stable relationship with India, but “that doesn’t mean it wants to pursue reconciliation.”

A New Chapter for India-US Defense Ties

A New Chapter for India-US Defense Ties

By Basant S. Sanghera
Biden and Modi have a robust engagement calendar. The U.S. should leverage these opportunities to develop an ambitious roadmap for deepening defense ties with India. 

Malabar and More: Quad Militaries Conduct Exercises

Malabar and More: Quad Militaries Conduct Exercises

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Given continuing tensions with China, India will seek to expand its military engagements and security consultations with the Quad.

A CAATSA Waiver for India: What’s Really at Stake

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.
How the War in Ukraine is Accelerating India’s Desire for Tech Autonomy

How the War in Ukraine is Accelerating India’s Desire for Tech Autonomy

By Tobias Scholz
Uneasy with both Russia’s invasion and Western sanctions, India is even more convinced that it must diversify its technology partnerships and develop more homegrown capabilities.

India’s Response to the Ukraine Crisis Is a Wake-up Call for the US

India’s Response to the Ukraine Crisis Is a Wake-up Call for the US

By Muhsin Puthan Purayil
Rather than hand-wringing over India's reliability, it's time for Washington to face up to the facts: The U.S. has a serious image problem in India.

Is Russia Really India’s Friend? 

Is Russia Really India’s Friend? 

By Sribala Subramanian
A flashback to 1962 and the Sino-Indian War. 

Blinken Must Urge Modi to Repeal Repressive Laws

Blinken Must Urge Modi to Repeal Repressive Laws

By Carolyn Nash
While in New Delhi, Blinken should press Modi to repeal and amend laws that jeopardize human rights.
The Huawei Factor in US-India Relations

The Huawei Factor in US-India Relations

By Arindrajit Basu and Justin Sherman
U.S. and Indian decisions about Huawei have implications not just for their separate relations with China, but the U.S.-India bilateral as well.

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