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  • How do you think the U.S. presidential election will impact U.S.-India relations?
    By Tushar Kanti Ghosh

     ‘…….For men may come and men may go,/ But  I go on forever.’
     
    My  impression  on how to paint the impact of the U.S.  presidential election on  U.S.-India relations  starts with opening  up of the windows  color options . Though  I  will mainly use  paper color, there may be a mix of other colors .
     
    That will depend  upon India’s relation with Pakistan and middle eastern countries on the one hand and Prime Minister  Modi’s success in opening up of the vast Indian market for the U.S. and her competitors.

  • How the U.S Presidential election will impact U.S-India relations
    By Vishal Sharma

    The world is globally connected now by the way of free movement of goods and services, resources and people. Global politics play a very crucial role in this globalised world and this is the reason why any incident which took place in one country has its implication in another part of the world, for instance the Brexit global impact.
     

  • The Impact of the U.S. Presidential Election on Indo-U.S. Relations
    By John Conrad Coelho

    It was once said: "If the British monarch sneezed, the world caught a cold" !  This may hold as true today for the person who occupies the Oval Office. Indians may live far from the United States but some here do follow the on-going election campaign with avid interest and wonder what the result will spell for our part of the world. On his daily jaunts around the neighbourhood, this writer has often had the good fortune to interact with auto-rickshaw drivers, cigarette-stall vendors and others.

  • USA Presidential Election: Impact on India
    By Tinni Dutta

    ‘A vote is like a rifle: its usefulness depends upon the character of the user.” ― Theodore Roosevelt. It is well known to us that  USA Election this time appears to be crucial.  Therefore in January 2017 the world’s most powerful nation would elect a new leader, who would not act only a head of the state, but also the ‘commander in chief of the largest military on the planet’. Trade deal with India would be  surprising no matter   the democratic or republican who would win.

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