US to India: Buy American, Not Russian

Officials hope Delhi’s $15 billion in US arms deals over the past decade are just the beginning.


Pentagon Rebrands PACOM as ‘Indo-Pacific Command’

The change is symbolic, defense officials say, but it emphasizes the U.S.’s commitment to new partnerships.


Take Small Steps to Advance the US-India Relationship

India got more mentions in the new National Security Strategy than Japan or South Korea. Here’s what should come next.


Let's Not Kid Ourselves, India Will Not Win a War Against Pakistan

The reasons are many, including China's help accelerating Pakistan's nuclear technology, missile systems, and cyber and drone warfare capabilities.


Lockheed to Move F-16 Production to South Carolina

The new, smaller line will better suit the dwindling orders for the venerable fighter jet, while freeing up space for F-35 production.


Sell India F-16s — and Build Them Abroad

It’s the right move for the United States, even if it makes the Trump administration uncomfortable.


How Trump Will Affect the India-Pakistan Balance of Power

Human rights promotion and developmental funding are poised to decline under a Trump administration, reducing American leverage in Kabul and Islamabad—and giving China an upper hand.


What the Next US President Needs to Know About Rising India-Pakistan Tensions

Pakistan, in particular, finds itself once again at the center of the tussle between China, Russia, and the United States.


The Indian Army Just Suffered Its Biggest Attack in a Decade as Tensions Rise with Pakistan

Sunday’s terrorist attack that killed 17 New Delhi troops occurred alongside a new Kashmir crackdown that has killed 85 so far.


Three Takeaways from Carter’s Recent Meeting with His Indian Counterpart

A long-awaited agreement finally clears the way for logistics cooperation. Just don’t call it 'basing.’


India's Modi Pokes Pakistan Over Contested Afghan-Border Region

India's prime minister is making waves for claiming he's received warmly by folks in Balochistan, which Pakistan struggles to secure.


India Stocks Up on Howitzers to Defend Its Border with China

New Delhi’s defence ministry approved the purchase of 145 ultra light howitzer guns from the British weapons manufacturer BAE Systems.


1.3 Billion People Are the Real Losers of India, Pakistan Extremism

More than 70 years of violence has consistently left the citizens of each nation out to dry.


India To Let Women Fly Fighter Jets

Women make up only 8.5% of India's Air Force, but will they see combat any time soon?