India News

Defeated in Bihar: Where does the BJP go from here?

Nov 12, 2015
The resounding defeat of India’s ruling party in a key state election could send the country down a dangerous path.

Is the Honeymoon Over for Narendra Modi?

Sep 23, 2015
"India’s prime minister may be taking the world by storm, but he is suffering major setbacks at home," writes Michael Kugelman.

Evaluating the US-India Strategic Agenda

Sep 16, 2015
" The U.S. government acting alone simply does not have the resources to make much difference to economic growth in India even though India needs outside help. At times this seems hard for the Indian side to understand and even harder for the U.S. side to admit." said Raymond E. Vickery

D.C. and Delhi: Dysfunctional Democracies?

Sep 14, 2015
Has the United States, not unlike India, reached a new normal where legislative blockage is more important than addressing pending needs?

The Other Nuclear Deal

Jul 24, 2015
"The India-US civil nuclear accord proved a gamechanger for broader ties between Delhi and Washington. A decade hence, perhaps we will be able to describe the recently signed nuclear agreement with Iran in similar terms," writes Robert Hathaway.

Raymond E. Vickery Named Wilson Center Global Fellow

Jun 11, 2015
The Honorable Raymond E. Vickery, Jr., noted author on US-India relations and former Assistant Secretary of Commerce in the Clinton Administration, has been named a Global Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars for the 2015-2017 term.

Why Does Pakistan Accuse Indian Spies of Terrorism?

Jun 09, 2015
"In essence, the Pakistani military invokes the threat of India, and the specter of RAW-sponsored terrorism in Pakistan, to underscore the armed forces’ self-proclaimed role as the nation’s sole protector. In so doing, the armed forces seek to provide more justification for their outsize role in the Pakistani state," writes Michael Kugelman.

Will the U.S. Act on IMF Reforms?

May 19, 2015
Former IMF executive and current Wilson Center Public Policy Fellow Meg Lundsager discusses the status of proposed IMF reforms with Wilson Center NOW host, John Milewski.

The Hans India Reported CEF Director Jennifer Turner's Visit and the Global 'Choke Point' Project

May 14, 2015
Dr. Jennifer Turner, Director of China Environment Forum, said that flaws in Indian government policies hindered the country's development of renewable energy and improvement of water quality at a Global "Choke Point" discussion in India.

The Statesmen Reported CEF Director, Jennifer Turner's Seminar with the Indian Chamber of Commerce

May 14, 2015
India and China need to strike up a dialogue on common problems such as air and water pollution, CEF Director, Jennifer Turner said at an a seminar on 'Global Choke Point: Water-Energy-Food Confrontations in China, US and India' organized by the Indian Chamber of Commerce, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the neighboring country.