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US policies toward India and Asia need strategic coherence

President Donald J. Trump is on his first official trip to Asia, with stops in Japan, South Korea, China, and now Vietnam, for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum (APEC) summit. In his address to the APEC CEO Summit, he outlined his stamp on Asia statecraft, which includes a vision of upholding a “free and open Indo-Pacific.” However, the United States cannot achieve that goal without strong Asian partnerships—including with India.

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The infrastructure works being undertaken to connect inland waterways of India and Bangladesh could not only ease the transport movement between the two countries but also translate into swifter and less expensive freight movement to Nepal and Bhutan, experts said on Friday.

Killers of Kurram

Just when everyone expected Pakistan-US relations to nosedive, an incident compelled President Donald Trump to speak well of Pakistan. A Canadian, Joshua Boyle, and his wife and three children were rescued from the captivity of the Afghan Taliban by none other than Pakistan’s premier spy outfit, the ISI.

Pakistan stuck between Afghan rocks and Indian hard places

Indian strategists will wake up in the morning after the US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s tour of South Asia with a positive spring in their step.

Despite Tillerson, US won’t abandon Pakistan for India

It has become commonplace to caution American policymakers against irrational exuberance when dealing with India: Keep expectations low (conventional wisdom goes) and you won’t be disappointed.

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India poised to join China as global leaders in renewables: Report

India is poised to join China as the two global leaders in the renewable energy technology-led transformation, a US-based research institute said.

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India is in a “good position” to deal with any fallout from global trade tensions and with right policies can reach an 8 percent-plus growth rate and hold it, according to a UN econo...

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