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US elections and the "Russian threat"
Aug 11, 2016

US elections and the "Russian threat"

The “Russian threat” seems to have emerged as one of the principal foreign policy issues in the US elections, though this is not the first time th

US elections — Why some US states like Trump's tantrums
Nov 09, 2016

US elections — Why some US states like Trump's tantrums

US Presidential election has been a very unpredictable one with polls swinging wildly due to Trump and his candidacy that includes his diatribes

US elections: Are Indian foreign policy pundits missing the big picture?
Sep 27, 2016

US elections: Are Indian foreign policy pundits missing the big picture?

The US elections are less than two months away and the campaign is reaching its pinnacle.

US elections: Decoding the role of Indian Diaspora
Oct 23, 2015

US elections: Decoding the role of Indian Diaspora

While India watches the elections with interest, whether it is a Republican or a Democrat who comes to power, US-India ties are set to improve because of bipartisan consensus in the US that the relationship has to grow stronger in view of shared concerns and interests in the Indo Pacific.

US elections: For the cynical, of the cynical
Sep 26, 2016

US elections: For the cynical, of the cynical

The most watched upcoming US elections promises to be an edge of the seat thriller has its first faceoff

US elections: Why India is nonchalant
Nov 09, 2016

US elections: Why India is nonchalant

New Delhi needs the incoming US administration to address the threat of Pakistan based terror in the aftermath of the US election result

Domestic Issues in US Elections 2012
May 11, 2023

Domestic Issues in US Elections 2012

This Paper looks at the three most important domestic issues-the state of the economy, healthcare and social issues-that American voters are grappling with in the run-up to the presidential elections later this year.

Gun culture and US elections
Nov 05, 2015

Gun culture and US elections

Will President Obama's passionate call for stricter gun laws from the pulpit bring any change, or will he go towards the sunset in 2016 with having done practically nothing on this issue?

How QAnon can impact the upcoming US elections
Sep 24, 2020

How QAnon can impact the upcoming US elections

QAnon has been increasingly used as a hashtag to create content that continuously attacks Democrat leaders and points towards impending doom.

Impact of the same-sex marriage ruling on US elections
Aug 01, 2015

Impact of the same-sex marriage ruling on US elections

Although the issue of same-sex marriage may have been settled legally with the Supreme Court verdict, politically, it remains volatile. Since the ruling, reactions of the 2016 Presidential candidates have been deeply polarised, indicating the potential of the issue to become a determining factor in the run-up to 2016.

Similar narratives in India, US elections?
Nov 12, 2015

Similar narratives in India, US elections?

One can draw a range of parallels in the political discourse prevalent in the US and India. In this article, an attempt has been made to find parallels in the narratives that dominated the Indian general election of 2014, with the ones currently dominating the U.S. presidential election in 2016.

Statistics indicate a historical result in the US elections
Sep 13, 2012

Statistics indicate a historical result in the US elections

Following the two national conventions held by the Republican Party and the Democratic Party, the race to the White House has gained more steam. It was an opportune time to take the debate on the US Presidential election

The 2020 US elections: What’s at stake for India?
Jun 12, 2020

The 2020 US elections: What’s at stake for India?

The dramatic change in just three months illustrates the unpredictable nature of US politics at an unpredictable time for the world — including Indi

The Iran deal: Will it have an impact on US elections?
Jul 31, 2015

The Iran deal: Will it have an impact on US elections?

As the US Congress scrutinises the Iran accord, partisanship on Capitol Hill might reach new heights and it will capture headlines. Whether Congress passes the Iran deal or not, it will loom large in the election debates because of its connection to American and Israeli national security, though it is unlikely to be a real game changer in the elections.

The outsourcing debate in the US elections
Aug 20, 2012

The outsourcing debate in the US elections

In the US presidential election, dominated by domestic issues and with little focus on foreign policy, outsourcing has emerged as a point of discussion. India is one of the top countries to which the US outsource work.

The US elections and India-Russia relations
Sep 29, 2020

The US elections and India-Russia relations

India’s efforts to preserve the primacy of its partnership with Russia would be made much easier should Russia pay more heed to certain Indian conce

#BattlegroundUS2020: Do the Indian-American votes matter?
Dec 01, 2020

#BattlegroundUS2020: Do the Indian-American votes matter?

The Indian-American community, the second largest immigrant group in the US, is often considered to be a key constituency — especially in the swing

2024 मध्ये पूर्व आशियात अराजकता आणि अशांतता राहील
Feb 13, 2024

2024 मध्ये पूर्व आशियात अराजकता आणि अशांतता राहील

नियम-आधारित व्यवस्था कायम ठेवण्यासाठी अमेरिकेच्या जागत

A local perspective on Brexit
Dec 05, 2016

A local perspective on Brexit

Brexit result was a shock to the system as much as the recent US election results. Hence the need for a local perspective to understand the ground rea

All eyes on Trump's America
Nov 22, 2016

All eyes on Trump's America

Trump’s attitude towards foreign commitments of America will have major impact on Japan, South Korea and everyone waits in anticipation for more clarity

Apprehensive world leaders need not worry yet, the US’s peculiar political system will keep Trump in check
Nov 10, 2016

Apprehensive world leaders need not worry yet, the US’s peculiar political system will keep Trump in check

At the end of the day, Trump’s policymaking will depend on the team that executes it, and, as of now, no one has a clue about what this team will look like.

Biden’s criticism of India indicative of political bargain with progressives
Jul 07, 2020

Biden’s criticism of India indicative of political bargain with progressives

In its attempt to assimilate the progressive faction of the Democratic Party, the former vice-president’s campaign is ceding ground on its promise o

COVID19 delays and Bernie Sanders’ belated exit riddle Joe Biden’s campaign
Apr 09, 2020

COVID19 delays and Bernie Sanders’ belated exit riddle Joe Biden’s campaign

Challenges mount for Joe Biden as the Democratic National Convention gets postponed due to the COVID19 pandemic and Trump sowed discord amongst Democr

Crossing the federal line
Dec 14, 2016

Crossing the federal line

PM Modi's recent comment on a debate on simultaneous elections to Parliament and state assemblies cannot only be called as a casual off-the cuff comment

Dealing with President Donald Trump
Nov 10, 2016

Dealing with President Donald Trump

With the shock of the US election result wearing off, the reality of having to figure out how to deal with new President Donald Trump becomes imperati

Disruption and disorder will define East Asia in 2024
Feb 01, 2024

Disruption and disorder will define East Asia in 2024

As the US’s global leadership in upholding the rules-based order will be stretched, regional actors will have to rise to the occasion and maintain o

Don't despair, liberals: Fight
Nov 10, 2016

Don't despair, liberals: Fight

Welcome, American liberals. Welcome to the special torment of discovering that you do not know your country.

Donald Trump's generals: Why 9/11 will shape what follows 11/9
Nov 30, 2016

Donald Trump's generals: Why 9/11 will shape what follows 11/9

The President-elect Donald Trump has already confirmed that Lieutenant General Michael Flynn will serve as the next National Security Advisor

Economic nationalism takes centre stage in the 2020 US election
Jul 24, 2020

Economic nationalism takes centre stage in the 2020 US election

As Biden’s ‘Buy American’ plan echoes Trump’s ‘America First’ vision, the upcoming election will oversee the further consolidation of econ

Emotions and Vote Choice: Perspectives from the US and India
Mar 02, 2021

Emotions and Vote Choice: Perspectives from the US and India

While the idea that emotional appeal is central to political persuasion may serve common intuition, the dynamics underscoring how and why this is so, remain underexplored. This primer collates insights from neuroscience and political psychology to show why emotions are essential to vote choice. It explores the effects of emotional appeals on voter perceptions using examples from campaign advertisements in US elections. The analysis finds that pol

George Floyd protests and the 2020 US presidential election
Jun 04, 2020

George Floyd protests and the 2020 US presidential election

From rising impatience with the ‘Black faces in high places’ approach to dampening conservatives’ ‘Blue Lives Matter’ clarion, George Floyd�