US Policy Orientation
Dr Srikanth Kondapalli is Professor in Chinese Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University. He is also an...
Donald Trump's Counter-Terrorism Policy
Angshuman Choudhury & Husanjot Chahal · 18 Jan, 2017 · 5223
US President-elect Donald Trump's proposed counter-terrorism (CT) policy is as vociferous in its tone as it is imprecise in its content. On this, Trump’s orientation and preferences can be drawn from his own statements and those ...
Trump and â€œAmerica Firstâ€: The End of the Asia-Pacific Pivot?
Akanksha Narain · 31 Dec, 2016 · 5212
Donald Trump’s unexpected victory has not only shocked the world but is also likely to shake up US foreign policy. While Trump’s unpredictability, campaign rhetoric and unclear foreign policy stance have left analysts and policy ...
Trump and West Asia: Reading the Tea Leaves
Ranjit Gupta · 19 Dec, 2016 · 5207
Not only is Donald Trump the least-prepared president-elect in US history, but he compounds this handicap by showing little interest in preparing for perhaps the most important position in the world. He has been brazenly blasé abou ...
President Trump's Prospects for the Middle East
Derek Verbakel · 15 Dec, 2016 · 5206
Predicting the implications of Donald Trump’s presidency for the Middle East requires informed guesswork in drawing links from campaign rhetoric to a more coherent approach or ensuing foreign policy. Trump, who apparently favours &l ...
Donald Trump and East Asia
Dr Sandip Kumar Mishra · 05 Dec, 2016 · 5199
During the US elections, visualising Donald Trump as the next president was a daunting prospect. China, Japan, and South Korea wished for Hillary Clinton’s victory. Now, however, they have no choice but to accept and recalibrate the ...
A New Era for US Foreign Policy?
Lars Brozus · 22 Nov, 2016 · 5187
After 1945, Washington’s approach to international politics was by and large based on ideas linked to the notion of “liberal internationalism.” A bipartisan consensus existed postulating that a liberal international orde ...
Donald Trump and South Asia
Michael Krepon · 18 Nov, 2016 · 5185
What can the subcontinent expect from President Donald Trump? Bewilderment, for starters. If the new occupant in the Oval Office is unfamiliar with Russia, China, the workings of NATO, nuclear deterrence, and the impact of trade compacts, ...
American Turbulence: Global Ramifications
Chintamani Mahapatra · 16 Nov, 2016 · 5183
By electing Donald Trump as the forty-fifth president of the US, the American people created history for the second time in less than a decade. The first was election of an African American as the president. What has surprised millions of ...
Trump's Trade Scenarios: Implications for India
Amita Batra · 15 Nov, 2016 · 5181
The year 2016 has sprung many a surprise, not the least of which has been the outcome of the US presidential elections. The economic policy stance of the president-elect Donald Trump has been evident in his oft-repeated ‘inward-lookin ...
Donald Trump and China: A Contest for Primacy
Srikanth Kondapalli · 15 Nov, 2016 · 5180
The dramatic win of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the US at the hustings has caught many a nation by surprise given the critical outreach of the country in the economic, political, strategic and military spheres of the world.