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Trump abandons the Kurds in favour of Turkey
Oct 09, 2019

Trump abandons the Kurds in favour of Turkey

The move paves way for a Turkish ‘invasion’ of northern Syria, which has a smorgasbord of rebels, Islamists, foreign powers, Iran backed rebels, U

Trump and Taliban’s peace agreement
Sep 01, 2021

Trump and Taliban’s peace agreement

The irony of a superpower seeking security guarantees from a non-state actor for safe withdrawal of its own forces and those of its allies would not w

Trump and the 'polarised states of America' and the world
Nov 18, 2016

Trump and the 'polarised states of America' and the world

Trump victory has defied conventional wisdom and the worst culprit has been the American media, which persistently spewed anti-Trump news and commentaries.

Trump and the art of 5G war
Jul 25, 2020

Trump and the art of 5G war

The effectiveness of the American countercharge is built on 5 pillars: Clean communication, collaboration, Washington’s investment in the success of

Trump and the techie
Feb 01, 2017

Trump and the techie

Indian IT firms have long sustained their businesses by getting Indian techies to do what American citizens would charge a lot more for.

Trump got it wrong again. His Asia tour was no success
Nov 21, 2017

Trump got it wrong again. His Asia tour was no success

The US appears to lack a coherent strategy for the Asian region.

Trump govt. puts H1B workers' spouses on thin ice; H4 work authorisation in spotlight
Mar 10, 2017

Trump govt. puts H1B workers' spouses on thin ice; H4 work authorisation in spotlight

Work authorisation for H4 covers dependent spouses of H1B non-immigrants on two conditions.

Trump hangs like a Damocles' Sword over US-South Korea relations
May 31, 2024

Trump hangs like a Damocles' Sword over US-South Korea relations

As the next US elections approach with both Democratic and Republican prospects equally uncertain, Seoul is alarmed by the looming possibility of Trum

Trump just dropped the mother of all bombs – on international law
Apr 17, 2017

Trump just dropped the mother of all bombs – on international law

By creating a “hub and spoke” model to counter international terrorism, the US today has a veto on its legal regime, its proscribed actors and use of military force.

Trump makes a move on immigration
Jun 24, 2020

Trump makes a move on immigration

India, in all likelihood, will downplay this move, especially as it comes at a critical moment of its ongoing tensions with China.

Trump Presidency and the future of US-Russia relations
Dec 13, 2016

Trump Presidency and the future of US-Russia relations

A major task ahead for Trump would be to negotiate with Russia on the future of US-Russia arms control.

Trump takes (political) charge of COVID19 economic recovery
Aug 14, 2020

Trump takes (political) charge of COVID19 economic recovery

The US President’s invocation of executive powers to continue unemployment benefits, is simply a smokescreen for his election-year politicking

Trump touts India-sourced malaria drug as coronavirus ‘game changer’
Mar 31, 2020

Trump touts India-sourced malaria drug as coronavirus ‘game changer’

Even as experts urge caution on the drug’s efficacy against COVID-19, production of chloroquine in India is being ramped up to cater to US demand

Trump ups the ante against Iran and stokes fires
May 29, 2017

Trump ups the ante against Iran and stokes fires

Iran which has been waging a war against the ISIS, the declared enemy of President Trump, is dubbed a terrorist country.

Trump win could be a game-changer for Asia
Oct 12, 2016

Trump win could be a game-changer for Asia

Obama has had to modify his China policy in response to a more aggressive China. But present challengers are set for big changes in America's Asia policy

Trump won’t last but the Asian power imbalance will
Jun 03, 2017

Trump won’t last but the Asian power imbalance will

Trump is a short-term problem. The China challenge — on the other hand — is a continuing and long-term problem.

Trump's 'social insecurity' bill
Dec 04, 2017

Trump's 'social insecurity' bill

The solipsistic Trump “revolution” is unfolding on fantasies about economic growth.

Trump's call to Sharif doesn't indicate any real change to US foreign policy with India
Dec 05, 2016

Trump's call to Sharif doesn't indicate any real change to US foreign policy with India

Phone calls are making waves with Nawaz Sharif and Tsai Ingwen - showing there is no indicator on which way US will go under new presidency

Trump's peace deal failed even before taking off
Jul 08, 2019

Trump's peace deal failed even before taking off

Arab businessmen may begin openly conducting business with Israel, thus recognising its existence and acknowledging Israel as a state which has thus

Trump's politics the new normal in US
Nov 19, 2018

Trump's politics the new normal in US

While the Republican Party is becoming more firmly entrenched in the rural, mainly white parts of the country, the suburban areas are going in the Democratic direction

Trump's Russian 'reset': Implications for India
Jan 11, 2017

Trump's Russian 'reset': Implications for India

A US-Russia rapprochement might work in favour of India.

Trump's South Asia policy: India, Pakistan and China
Oct 06, 2018

Trump's South Asia policy: India, Pakistan and China

A year since the announcement of the new South Asia strategy, an attempt to break from the recurrent continuum has been evident. At least on two of the three accounts — with respect to Pakistan and India, the Trump administration has spurred a break from the past.

Trump's stand on the Paris deal may help India
Jun 30, 2017

Trump's stand on the Paris deal may help India

Trump's belligerence towards the Paris accords may ironically become its undoing.

Trump's Taiwan rethink and India
Dec 14, 2016

Trump's Taiwan rethink and India

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s phone call to President-Elect Donald Trump last week triggered uproar in foreign policy circles of China, US & beyon

Trump, Antifa and the ever-changing notion of the “enemy”
Jun 09, 2020

Trump, Antifa and the ever-changing notion of the “enemy”

The utilitarian interest in labeling Antifa as a terrorist organisation reflects domestic political considerations. However, the lack of consensus on

Trump, China and the Hong Kong maneuver
May 30, 2020

Trump, China and the Hong Kong maneuver

The Chinese strategy with regard to anything is usually opaque. But the US, being the global hegemon, has no hesitation in putting out just what drive