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How will the U.S. visa ban impact India?

How will the U.S. visa ban impact India? Context # On June 22, the White House made a proclamation halting the processing and issuance of non-immigrant work visas of several types, with the stated aim of this sweeping policy being to stop foreign workers snagging American jobs, especially at a time of deep economic distress brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. # The order by the Donald Trump administration includes the H-1B visa for skilled workers, a large proportion of which goes to

Why US President poll matters to India?

Why US President poll matters to India? Context The US relationship is the most important of India’s bilateral ties, having grown in recent years on account of China’s belligerence. This article talks about the impact of US Presidential poll in India. Why does the US Presidential election matter to India? The relationship with the United States of America matters to India more than any other bilateral engagement: economically, strategically and socially. Ame

Two together: On India-U.S. ties and China

Two together: On India-U.S. ties and China Context The India-U.S. Foreign and Defence Ministers meet for the “2+2” mechanism just a week before the U.S. elections is proof that bilateral ties between the two countries are on a firm footing. Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) Ostensibly, the purpose was to conduct an annual review of ties and to wrap up the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) for Geo-spatial Cooperation, the last of the th

The India-U.S. defence partnership is deepening

The India-U.S. defence partnership is deepening Context: This editorial analyses the evolving bilateral relationship between India and the U.S. over the years, particularly in the domain of defence partnership. The 2+2 Dialogue in Delhi: The India-United States defence partnership received a major boost recently with the visit of the U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and U.S. Defence Secretary Mark Esper for the third round of the 2+2 ministerial dialogue. Given that most

How will the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement deepen India-U.S. military ties?

How will the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement deepen India-U.S. military ties? Context India and the U.S. signed the Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) during the third 2+2 dialogue of defence and foreign ministers of the two countries. This is the fourth and the last of the foundational agreements that both countries have concluded, starting with GSOMIA (General Security of Military Information Agreement) in 2002, LEMOA (Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreemen

The shifting trajectory of India’s foreign policy

The shifting trajectory of India’s foreign policy M.K. Narayanan is a former National Security Adviser and a former Governor of West Bengal Context The Third India-U.S. 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue between the Foreign and Defence Ministers of India and the U.S. Secretaries of State and Defence took place in Delhi, with the U.S. Defence Secretary, Mark Esper, stating that “India will be the most consequential partner for the US in the Indo-Pacific this Century”. The

India and Biden: On post-Trump ties

India and Biden: On post-Trump ties Introduction: U.S. policy may see more consistency without dependence on personalised summits after the new administration will be taken over by U.S. Democratic Party. Return of Democratic party and its impacts over India. U.S.’s return to the Paris climate accord, which would help with its energy transformation. Return to Iran nuclear negotiations, which will facilitate its regional connectivity ambitions. He is unlikely to reve

Under Biden, security empathy, liberal antipathy

Under Biden, security empathy, liberal antipathy By, Vivek Katju is a retired member of the Indian Foreign Service Context Mr. Biden has signalled that he will revert to the traditional norms and patterns of American foreign policy and, more so, its diplomacy. The abrasive turbulence of the Donald Trump era will give way to calmer and predictable American policies. What New Delhi can expect India’s political and security elites have shed their inhibitions of a clo

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01 Feb,2024
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