As the United States goes to the polls next week to elect a new leader, South Asian Voices contributors Hamzah Rifaat Hussain, Pranay Kotasthane, Sana Ali, and Monish Tourangbam analyze what the next U.S. president’s policy priorities should be in South Asia, why the region is critical to American interests, and what implications U.S. policies can have for stability in the region.
While the American presidential election nears its conclusion, the dangerous deterioration of Pakistan-India relations shows no sign of abating. The next president will need to […]
The successor to President Barack Obama will soon enter the White House. One of Obama’s top foreign policy priorities has been to take the United […]
“Top priorities [for a new U.S. president] are nearly always domestic—economic growth, how to adequately provide social services and education, and how to balance the […]
Regardless of whether American voters opt for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential elections, the new president will face immense challenges in […]