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Pacific Partnership: Strengthening U.S.-India Relations

Foreign Policy

Kerry’s Visit to India: Preparing for Modi’s Pivotal Visit

South Asia Monitor

U.S.-India Ties in the Age of Xi Jinping

Foreign Policy

Modi’s China Visit: Asia’s New Strategic Quadrangle

South Asia Monitor

In Asia’s Season of Summits, India Needs to Show Interest and Capability

South Asia Monitor

India’s Rise, America’s Interest

Foreign Affairs

Economics and Indian Strategy

Council on Foreign Relations

Why America No Longer Gets Asia

The Washington Quarterly

Why So Gloomy, India?

Council on Foreign Relations

Can India “Go It Alone”?

Council on Foreign Relations

Can India and America Up Their Investment Game?

Council on Foreign Relations

After the Election: The Economic Challenge to India’s Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy

A Tale of Two Asias

Foreign Policy

The Problem with Two Asias

East Asia Forum

Ten Trends That Will Shape Asia in 2014

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Can the U.S. and India Cooperate in Central Asia?

Council on Foreign Relations

Continental and Maritime in U.S.-India Relations

Council on Foreign Relations

A More Global U.S.-India Partnership

Council on Foreign Relations

Why We Aren’t China

Council on Foreign Relations

As India “Looks East,” A Little Problem of Economics 

Council on Foreign Relations

New Delhi Buys a Plane, Not a Defense Relationship

Council on Foreign Relations

Time for a U.S.-India Investment Treaty

Council on Foreign Relations

Foreign Affairs

Incredible India? Complicated India

Council on Foreign Relations

A Step Forward for the U.S. and India

Council on Foreign Relations

America, Trade, and Asia

Council on Foreign Relations

India is at the Top Table. Now What?

Council on Foreign Relations

The United States in the New Asia

Council on Foreign Relations Monograph – 2009

China’s Friends Indeed?

Council on Foreign Relations

Obama’s India Problem

Council on Foreign Relations

Halting Steps in New Delhi

Council on Foreign Relations

Clinton’s Missed Opportunity in Asia

Council on Foreign Relations

Asia and World (dis)Order

Council on Foreign Relations

Shoals Ahead for the United States and India?

Council on Foreign Relations

U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue 

CNBC “Squawk Box Asia”

Clinton’s Visit to India 

CNN-IBN “Face the Nation” with Sagarikha Ghose

Can Obama Deliver on India’s Concerns?

CNN-IBN “Face the Nation” with Sagarikha Ghose

U.S.-India Relations on the Eve of Singh’s Visit

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Panel Discussion

U.S.-India Relations

Bloomberg “Street Smart”

Managing U.S.-India Disagreements

Wall Street Journal “Live Mint”

Are We Obsessed with Pakistan?

NDTV

China’s Role in Central and South Asia, from “China 2025: China Goes Global”

         Part 1 

         Part 2

Council on Foreign Relations Panel Discussion

Hillary Clinton’s Trip to India

Council on Foreign Relations Media Conference Call

China-Pakistan Relations

Interview on Pakistan Crisis Guide, Council on Foreign Relations

India-Pakistan Relations

Interview on Pakistan Crisis Guide, Council on Foreign Relations

Economics and Security in Collision: An Interview with Evan A. Feigenbaum on Asia’s Future

Revue Le Banquet (Paris)

Book Launch: Crouching Dragon, Hidden Tiger

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Panel Discussion

War in Sri Lanka: The End of the Tamil Tigers?

Global Journalist Radio

Indian Globalization and the Transformation of U.S.-India Relations

Heritage Foundation Panel DIscussion

The U.S.-India Strategic Partnership: Catalyzing Entrepreneurship and Growth

Speech at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

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