Trump’s Conflicts of Interest in India Article
An man reads a Bengali-language newspaper in Kolkata, India, November 10, 2016. (AP/Bikas Das)

Trump’s Conflicts of Interest in India

Trump’s extensive business connections in India have led him to forge close relations with Indian politicians, including some far-right, extremist figures—alliances that likely won’t serve either Americans or Indians well.

Carolyn Kenney, John Norris

Paris: The New Geopolitics of Climate Change Article
President Barack Obama walks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be photographed by media at the Hyderabad House in New Delhi, January 25, 2015. (AP/Carolyn Kaster)

Paris: The New Geopolitics of Climate Change

A series of recent climate pledges from developing countries has demonstrated that the geopolitics of climate action is shifting in the lead-up to the Paris climate agreement.

Gwynne Taraska

High Hopes, Modest Expectations Article
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves to the crowd as he arrives to give a speech at Madison Square Garden on September 28, 2014. (AP/Jason DeCrow)

High Hopes, Modest Expectations

President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet for the first time today to discuss their strategic partnership and to build upon the already strong foundation between the United States and India.

Aarthi Gunasekaran, Vikram Singh

Deepening the U.S.-India Partnership Article
Members of the U.S. delegation stand during the playing of the U.S. national anthem during the state dinner for President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama hosted by India's President Prathiba Patil and her husband Devisingh Ramsingh Shekhawat at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi, India, Monday, Nov. 8, 2010. From left are: Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, speech writer Jon Favreau, National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, U.S. Ambassador to India Tim Roemer and wife Sally. (AP/Charles Dharapak)

Deepening the U.S.-India Partnership

Focusing on energy, infrastructure, and security are three ways the two nations can cooperate for the good of both economies and regional political stability.

Richard Verma, Caroline Wadhams

The Changing Climate in India Article
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and India's Junior Minister for Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh discuss climate change during Clinton's visit to India in July. (AP/Mustafa Quraishi)

The Changing Climate in India

India brings new hope that developed and developing nations will be able to reach an agreement on emissions reduction, write Andrew Light, Julian L. Wong, and Sabina Dewan.

Andrew Light, Julian L. Wong, Sabina Dewan