Tag: USA


The accidental leader of the free world

America's commitment to liberal world order might be at its weakest since WWII. But isn't Germany being too defensive by continuing to defend itself?

/ January 20, 2017

Dan Coats: Trump’s peculiar choice for intelligence chief

Dan Coats has been confirmed as Trump's choice for the director of national intelligence. How will this affect the future of US intelligence?

/ January 8, 2017

Conspired by Nazis, inspired by Americans

How did American legislation shape the backbone of the Nazi movement in Germany?

/ January 8, 2017
A Trump presidency and refugees

The state of refugees during Trump’s presidency

In a scenario where Trump pursues a reversal of the Obama administration’s policies on refugees, the impact of his presidency needs to be questioned.

/ January 5, 2017
Peter Navarro - One of the trade protectionists who favor demonising China

Navarro as US trade chief: A quest to demonize China?

Trade protectionists like Navarro have been chosen as the policy makers for US. Will they be able to change the perception of their outlook towards China?

/ December 28, 2016

There is more to Pakistan’s growing market than meets the eye

With the eclipse of American military aid and the arrival of Chinese infrastructural support, a new era of economic development seems to be emerging in Pakistan.

/ December 25, 2016

Why aren’t the U.S. Treasury securities ‘treasured’ anymore?

Why have the United States Treasury securities become undesirable to such an extent that foreign investors are offloading them?

/ December 23, 2016
America-West Asia

Will West Asia ever be America-free?

Barack Obama had promised to bring the troops back home. Now that he's coming to the end of his Presidency, will America ever exit West-Asia?

/ December 21, 2016

Is NASA’s climate research programme going to be Trump-ed?

Donald Trump believes climate-change is a hoax created by the Chinese. Will President-Elect Trump spell the end for NASA's climate research programme?

/ December 16, 2016

White liberal feminists get a political awakening of a lifetime. What went wrong here?

In a scathing open letter to white liberal feminists, Rhon Manigault-Bryan points out everything wrong with their derivative of the feminist movement.

/ December 13, 2016
health care in US

How would Trump care for American health care?

Although as a candidate, Trump has repeatedly called for repealing and replacing Obama's health care policies, would it be as easy as it sounds?

/ December 12, 2016

And the markets get “Trump-ed”

How are the markets reacting to President-elect Donald J. Trump? Is the self proclaimed saviour of the economy trusted by the markets?

/ November 19, 2016

Trump and the triumph that wasn’t meant to be

The controversial and unexpected election of Donald Trump as the President of the United states may be either a vote for growth and prosperity, or for global doom.

/ November 18, 2016

Between bombings and humanity: What has become of Yemen?

The recent bombings in Yemen has outlined the double standards West has towards Syria and Yemen. It has also shown Britain and United States's sycophantic attitude towards Saudi Arabia.

/ November 16, 2016
Trump support was polled at 15 per cent in Australia, 8 per cent in Germany, 5 per cent in Mexico, 4 per cent in Spain, and 3 per cent in Jordan, Japan and South Korea.

The ‘Ugly American’ returns

The saying that “those in glasshouses should not throw stones” is something that never occurs to Trump.

/ November 9, 2016
Donald Trump

We used Artificial Intelligence to find ten historical leaders most similar to Trump

We took 1000 prominent leaders from world history and used artificial intelligence to find out the most similar leaders to Donald Trump.

US Elections and their effect on China

Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and China

Ranging from the views of the Chinese to the proposals of the two presidential candidates, this article questions the future of US-China ties.

/ November 6, 2016
Modi at BRICS

Geo-politics in the 21st century: What’s in store for India?

Will India be a variable in the global power equation?

/ October 24, 2016

Why US and Russia Owe Their Friendship to China – Part II

Russia and USA. Two nations. Their friendship and the story behind it.

/ September 26, 2016

Donald ‘Deals’ a Trump Card!

With the unsustainable nature of capitalism and the upcoming USA elections, Trump presidency may save the country from another crash.

/ September 15, 2016

F-16 or F-18 Aircraft: Making an End-Run to Nowhere

The author sheds light on the extremely bleak prospects of a US aircraft in the IAF livery.

/ July 30, 2016
DNC won't just include celebrities and politicians, but also dozens of regular Americans who are affected by national policies.

Well, It’s Time for the Democratic National Convention

Highlighting the differences between the upcoming RNC and DNC, the author analyzes which side tells a better story for the future of America.

/ July 24, 2016
In the era of economic opportunities and political complexities, India must maintain closer relations with the US.

Embracing Washington Comes at a Price

The author opines that India must tread the path of diplomacy with hawkeyed scrutiny and also ensure that its sovereignty is not violated.

/ July 23, 2016
National IPR Policy aims to improve India’s IPR framework and resolve the long-standing discord between New Delhi and Washington.

Will 2016 Usher a New Era for US–India IPR Relations?

Stating reservations regarding the absence of a roadmap to implement the national IPR Policy, the author opines that India’s sovereignty should not be compromised to appease USA.

/ July 22, 2016
MEA and MOD negotiators are ensuring that draft accords are tailored to specific Indian needs that also serve US purposes.

Steering Into Troubled Waters With Eyes Wide Open

Highlighting the lack of professionalism in the MEA, the author opines that India must enter into bilateral agreements with all powers rather than USA only.

/ July 22, 2016

What Lies Behind Brexit

The article sheds light on the repercussions of Britain's exit from the European Union.

/ July 4, 2016
Cases for or against gun control should be made on the basis of a cost-benefit analysis.

Gun Control: Wronged by a Right?

The author states that rights based arguments against gun control are unsuccessful and merely philosophical.

/ June 22, 2016

Will Donald trump Hillary’s Climb to the Top of the Everest?

The author analyses the policies of the two front runners in the US Presidential Election Race.

/ March 10, 2016

Ukraine Crisis: The Question it Raises

The writer highlights how nuclear deterrence could have averted the Ukraine Crisis, wondering whether Asian countries will learn from it and embrace nuclear weapons.

/ September 6, 2015

To Be or Not to Be: The Normal Nation Question

Why doesn't Japan, like all other nations, have a military of its own? The writer tells us the reason, and the opposition faced by Shinzo Abe in reforming this fallacy.

/ September 6, 2015