- ReportOct 25, 2013
Can the United States prevent or end conflicts and protect its interests without using military force? Do U.S. civilian institutions have the right mix of support, funding, and capabilities to respond to major crises and political transitions?
- ReportOct 25, 2013
The relationship between the United States and Pakistan has been redefined repeatedly since Pakistan’s independence in 1947. It will continue to be strained by mutual distrust, internal threats to Pakistan’s stability, Pakistan’s relations with its neighbors and militants, and the U.S. role in Afghanistan beyond 2014.
- NewsletterOct 24, 2013
The recent spate of high-level meetings between U.S. and Indian officials has brought into focus the gap between strategic and defense cooperation on the one hand and economic cooperation on the other, with the latter falling short of its potential.
- ReportBy Anthony H. Cordesman, , Ashley Hess, and Nicholas S. YaroshSep 30, 2013
China’s military development has become a key focus of US security policy as well as that of virtually all Asia-Pacific states.
- NewsletterSep 25, 2013
The meeting this week between Prime Minister Singh and President Obama will be a challenge. As Singh arrives in Washington, there are two competing narratives regarding the current state of the U.S. – India relationship. One says it has gone off the rails; the other says it is still on track.
- JournalSep 15, 2013
It was a rough four months for the US as Washington struggled to convince Asian audiences that the “rebalance” is sustainable given renewed attention to the Middle East, even before the Syrian crises.
- CommentaryAug 9, 2013
Corporate mentorship programmes and earn-and-learn vocational schemes can encourage more Indian women to enter the workforce.
- ReportBy Rick "Ozzie" Nelson, Briana Fitch, Melissa Hersh, Ally Pregulman, and Rob WiseAug 1, 2013
India’s growing strategic importance, coupled with the gaps in its homeland security enterprise, provides an opportunity to extend its partnership with the United States and become a key partner in ensuring stability and security in Asia.
- ReportBy Ted OsiusJun 24, 2013
Twenty years ago, India launched its “Look East” policy. For most of those 20 years, Myanmar’s isolation, mistrust between India and its neighbors, and poor infrastructure connectivity hindered the development of links between South and Southeast Asia.
- NewsletterJun 18, 2013
Attention will soon be focused on the Fourth U.S. – India Strategic Dialogue, to be held on June 24 in New Delhi. It will be the first meeting between Secretary of State John Kerry and External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid. It comes at a time when many close observers of the U.S. – India relationship – in both countries – believe that a fresh impulse to our bilateral ties is needed.