Capitol Hill Advocacy Day focuses on three critical issues: immigration, US-India relations, and religious phobia
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The Indian American defense and security expert says the bilateral security relationship is going to be “asymmetrical” for the foreseeable future.
Blinken assures Jaishankar “This will play out over the next few months, but we’re very focused on it”
Calls upon Washington to strongly support India’s defense needs, while encouraging India to accelerate its transition off Russian-built weapons
New Delhi ignored the fact that Congress is a co-equal branch of government and focused all attention only on the president.
Biden may drop “America First” doctrine for “interdependence” and “internationalization”.
Biden wants to strengthen US-India strategic partnership alongside Harris.
Indian Americans strongly favor Democrats; scant evidence of defection to Trump.
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.
Reimagining the U.S.-India relations under Biden and Harris.
India’s Ambassador Taranjit Singh Sandhu lays out why India-US partnership could shape the century.
Valued at $1.2 million, state-of-the-art ventilators are compact and easily deployable.
US aid to India aimed at mobilizing innovative financing mechanisms for emergency preparedness.
A Biden presidency will not lead to any notable changes in the U.S.-India relationship, the South Asia expert says.
The secretary of state and foreign minister explore strengthening global pharmaceutical, healthcare manufacturing and supply chain.
Undoubtedly, the primary beneficiaries of Trump’s visit were Trump and Modi.
“The US-Indian partnership is now truly stronger than ever before,” Trump says wrapping up an “unforgettable, extraordinary” visit to India
Trump deflects questions religious freedom in India as violent clashes over CAA mar fairy tale India visit.
Trade deal is unlikely as US officials cite concerns about an increase in economic barriers by the Indian government.
Brookings’ India Project director Tanvi Madan discusses Trump’s upcoming India visit.
Trump seeks “brown’ votes”; Modi hopes to divert attention from Kashmir and CAA protests.
The White House says the president will be accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump.
At a packed reception in his official residence, Ambassador Sandhu speaks of the “unlimited potential” in India-US ties.
23 members of Congress attend the event, but four of five Indian American members stay away.