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US Elections | Punching above India’s weight could be counterproductive

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US Elections | Punching above India’s weight could be counterproductive

The Indian American community has taken only baby steps in political outreach in the United States in recent years. The potential of people of Indian origin to shape American public policies and to wield influence in the corridors of power in the US is vastly overstated

US Elections | Results to the Senate bring good tidings for the US-India ties

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US Elections | Results to the Senate bring good tidings for the US-India ties

While much of the attention in India has been on the US presidential race, results of the biennial elections to the Senate have put India on a strong wicket America-wide, and on Capitol Hill

India-US 2+2 Dialogue | The significance of Pompeo’s visit a week before US elections

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India-US 2+2 Dialogue | The significance of Pompeo’s visit a week before US elections

From India’s point of view, it would have made more sense to have the 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue later this year, if Donald Trump is re-elected, because there would be greater clarity on issues then

US Elections | Harris-Pence debate exposes the unequal status of women in the US

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US Elections | Harris-Pence debate exposes the unequal status of women in the US

The vice presidential debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence exposed the soft underbelly of American society where women are still unequal to men

The winds at the UN General Assembly are not in favour of India

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The winds at the UN General Assembly are not in favour of India

The impressive gains India has made at the UNGA since the 1975 episode are at serious risk of being set back this year in the just-opened General Assembly because the plenary of the world has fallen into the hands of those who are opposed to India

US Elections | Stage set for class wars in the United States

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US Elections | Stage set for class wars in the United States

The ‘radical’ pulls within both the Republican and Democratic parties are amplifying the realities between the two Americas: one where more than 40 million live on food stamps and the other comprising the nation’s wealthiest one percent

US elections | Virtual party conventions are dampeners

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US elections | Virtual party conventions are dampeners

The grapevine has it that Donald Trump decided that his endorsement for the second presidential run will take place in Charlotte because that is where Barack Obama was re-nominated for his second term in 2012

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