Washington and New Delhi should shift to a joint-venture framework — focusing on specific collaborations and creating conceptual space for inevitable disagreements.
The US is in the process of formulating options for 2016 and beyond, and make adjustments to the planned American presence based on current circumstances.
The two countries are also going to launch a new dialogue called Ocean Dialogue on sustainable blue economies, a nod to one of Modi’s pet themes.
He promised to treat US investors in China fairly and to fight against commercial cyber theft, a growing complaint against China by American businesses.
‘It puts enormous strain on our bilateral relationship, and it is a critical factor in determining the future trajectory of U.S.-China ties,’ National security adviser Susan Rice said.
After the nuclear deal, the Arab world fears a better funded Iranian campaign will exert more influence across the Muslim world than in the past. The US needs to reassure the region
Indian leaders agreed to enforce that sanctions saying that this is something that they are willing to do if it can advance US’ effort to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon through diplomacy.
The move further embroils Turkey, a key NATO ally, in Syria’s civil war, and also catapults it into a front-line position in the global war against IS.
‘Two US helicopters attacked a checkpoint in Baraki Barak. The checkpoint caught fire… and 10 Afghan army soldiers were killed.’
Guns and race — two of America’s most intractable problems — were entwined in Charleston.
The judge gave her a sentence of her choice: either to serve 60 days in Jail or walk over 48 kilometres within 48 hours.
This year’s parade, on the 70th anniversary of the surrender, was the biggest military parade since the Soviet Union’s collapse.
The Oklahoman newspaper reported 12 people were hurt in the incident, though there was no word on their specific injuries.
The report said that religious minorities in India have been subjected to derogatory comments by BJP politicians.
Members of the U.S.-based Carter Center and the European Union will be invited to monitor general elections in Myanmar.