The New York Times and the Washington Post may be with filled stories about anti-Israel protests in London and Paris, but half a world away in India something rather different is unfolding. A strong undercurrent of support for Israel is … read more
India’s 2014 national elections will determine the future of the world’s largest democracy. AEI resident fellow Sadanand Dhume explains the three most important factors that will shape the outcome of this crucial election. Follow AEIdeas on Twitter at @AEIdeas.
In my Wall Street Journal column this week, I write about Indian prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi’s effort to reach out to the country’s 150-million-strong Muslim minority. For the most part, Modi has run a disciplined campaign that eschews Muslim-bashing … read more
The Hindustan Times reports that the US has decided to end its nine-year-old boycott of opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, ahead of national elections in the spring. Here’s why this makes sense: 1. India’s courts … read more
Earlier this week, I assessed Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s lackluster 10-year record for Foreign Policy. You can read the whole thing here, but in the meantime here are the three biggest takeaways from Singh’s two terms in office. No … read more