There is no one better in the world than the secretary general of the U.N. to discuss the importance and relevance of the U.N. in today's world.
A trip to India is no longer just a desired - but a required - part of an American president's itinerary.
A trip to India is no longer just a desired but a required part of an American president's itinerary.
There is something important happening. A trip to India is no longer just a desired, but a required part of an American President s itinerary during his term of office.
A trip to India is no longer just a desired -- but a required -- part of an American president's itinerary.
There are actually three parts of this equation India-Pakistan, which have to negotiate this, but also the Kashmiri people -- their interests and their concerns must also be taken into account.
The United States wants bin Laden expelled from Afghanistan to a place where he can be brought to justice for the criminal acts he has committed.
On this issue, India has an exceptional record for not selling its nuclear technology. Pakistan, on the other hand, has taken its nuclear secrets and shopped them around.
We have lost touch with a generation of Pakistani military leaders.
Both countries ... are in the process of defining their strategic requirements and defense posture for the future.
One goal of this series is for Washington, D.C., to better understand the benefits this country gets from the U.N..
The rise of China and India will be the defining geopolitical reality of the 21st century. That's pretty important company to be keeping.
The trip has far more to it than simply the civilian nuclear agreement. If it takes more time to finalize that in a way that will answer questions that the U.S. Congress has and the Indian Parliament has, then that time should be taken.