The South Asia Center of the Atlantic Council asked observers of South Asia to contribute their thoughts to a forum, Passage to America: Prime Minister Singh’s Visit, on the significance of the Indian Prime Minister’s official trip to the U.S.
The responses are below.
Passage to America: Pre-Visit Expectations
- Passage to America: Great Expectations for Manmohan Singh – Shuja Nawaz
- Facing the Indian Conundrum: Obama’s Date with Singh – Arun Prakash
- U.S.-India Relations: Testing Times Ahead – Mohan Guruswamy
- Expanding the U.S.-India Comfort Zone in a Time of Uncertainty – M.J. Akbar
- Striving for a True U.S.-India Strategic Partnership – Rani D. Mullen
Passage to America: Post-Visit Analysis
- Singh’s U.S. Visit: Were Expectations Met? – Shikha Bhatnagar
- The Great Hype Forward – Manvendra Singhwas
- A “Defining Partnership” Renewed – Rani D. Mullen
- Where is the Indispensibility? – Tariq Fatemi
- Pakistan and India: Common Threat Needs Common Defense – Pervez Hoodbhoy