THE CERTAIN FUTURE OF HOPE: 2016 Presidential Elections and Indo-US Relations
By Sanjay Balaji M.
When the British left the subcontinent after nearly 300 years of colonial rule India was nothing but a leached out potato. After its independence in 1947, it was hit hard by famine after famine unable to provide for its children later helped by a man called Norman Borlaug it is now the second largest producer of wheat and rice in the world. India as a democracy would have failed if it weren’t for that American but now here we are stronger than ever before. From wheat farms to Mars Indo-US relations has progressed on numerous frontiers throughout the years.
How do you think the U.S. presidential election will impact U.S.-India relations?
By Akhil Jain Choadhry
Forging new relationship and taking the already existing bilateral relationship forward to a new extent are two completely different aspects. But these two will come in a single line when the presidential elections are held in a few months from now.
The US-INDIA relation is one which relates to two good friends whose friendship only grows and deepens with time and terms. Both the countries come forward on many issues on a single platform as a single source and as a single communicating channel.
A Commoner’s Diary: India and U.S. Presidential Elections 2016
By Debashree Dattaray
“I will acknowledge contemporary lands,
I will trail the whole geography of the globe and salute courteously
every city large and small,
And employments! I will put in my poems that with you is heroism
upon land and see,
And I will report all heroism from an American point of view.”
—Walt Whitman, ‘Starting from Paumanok’, Leaves of Grass, Book II
How do you think the U. S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION will impact U.S. – INDIA relations?
By Gargi Pathak
In the present scenario of global economic downturn, the economic interests of each country dominate all other forms of affiliations. U.S. – India ties have been transformed in recent years. The global strategic partnership between the two countries proves the strength of the bond these two countries share. The relationship between the two countries is being increasingly consolidated.