[T]he U.S. isn’t going to retreat and give up its hegemony ... it appears it's set its sights on creating a military alliance of the U.S., Japan, India and Australia to contain China.
Trump’s new strategy is a continuation and elevation of Obama’s policy of valuing India and dismissing Pakistan.
Great empires and countries often fall victim to hubris.
Indians, the single largest pool of legal migration into the U.S. today, would be affected by the loss of about 500,000 immigrant visas. But...Indians will fare well in the competition for the remaining visas.
India and the U.S. have no borders but they have plenty in common, perhaps more than India has with China.
Much will depend on how Trump faces his strong, vocal critics in the U.S., U.K. and Germany.
On a recent visit to India, Mr. Shannon laid out a pointed diatribe against China that was more fanciful than factual.
Patronizing India selectively for inclusion in the Nuclear Suppliers Group in a one-sided manner would be equivalent to ruining the balance of power in the region, with disastrous effects for maintenance of peace in the region.
Talking about the U.S. slant in India's favor, and about Pakistan's relations with Washington, Pakistani Senate Chairman Mian Raza Rabbani said that while members of the U.S. Congress have reservations regarding the provision of F-16s to Pakistan, some of our own parliamentarians have reservations about America's slant [Read more]