The bilateral calendar this year is less likely to be as crowded as last year, as both India and the United States are gearing up elections.
Author: Frank F. Islam
Another stellar election cycle on card for the community
If the first three months of the year are any indication, the rest of 2023 is going to be a highly productive period for U.S.-India relations
The United States emerges as the top source of remittance to India.
One hopes the Russian leader will end the war just as he began it, unilaterally.
Putin has unified Americans in a way not seen since 9/11 and caused a resurgence and renewal of the NATO alliance.
Let us make 2022 a year to “reach high” and “dream deep” in order to discover and take the actions necessary to create a better and fairer future for all.
India should join with the United States and move to the front on the low-carbon transition drive.
A clearer picture of the precise nature of the Quad’s role is likely to emerge after the September 24th summit.
Vaccination is the surest way of saving lives and bringing the Indian economy back on track.
Indian American physicians have expertise and experience in treating Covid in the U.S., and they are willing to help India.
The FONOP operation should not be read as anything more than a minor irritant between two friendly nations.
A failure of leadership at the highest level and decades of neglect of public health infrastructure has cost the country dearly.
A 2012 study revealed that a preponderance of Muslim Americans own small businesses in the negatively impacted industries.
The 46th president is ready to make America a force for good again.
The United States of America needs to be built back better, and it needs to become America again and not Trump-land.
Arrival of vaccines and a new administration are reasons for hope as we prepare to ring in the new year.
Holidays and a new year are reasons to celebrate and to look for new beginnings. As we near 2021, we have a need to do both.
The former U.S. ambassador to India says U.S.-India relations are a non-partisan issue” and a Biden administration treat India “as an equal partner.”
From coast to coast, Indian Americans are running for various congressional, state and local legislative and executive offices.
We’re in a world that is economically multipolar, but militarily unipolar, says the former Indian diplomat.
Some have concluded that Trump would be better for India than Biden. However, there is little evidence to support that conclusion.
From Dalip Singh Saund to Kamala Harris, Indian Americans have traveled a long way to become a political force.
The last thing that Trump should do in the middle of a planetary pandemic is to threaten to deprive the WHO of the funding that it needs to be the first line of defense.
A Biden presidency will not lead to any notable changes in the U.S.-India relationship, the South Asia expert says.