Tag Archives: India

It’s Trump’s turn. Worry not. He won’t a Nobel Peace Prize

In sum: Central, south, and southeast Asia remain in play with a potential market approach to Afghanistan with a “little” assistance from India’s emerging economy. Encouraging India to be a greater regional economic player in Asia can offset China’s trade … Continue reading

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I don’t see how net neutrality increases access to online global data. It may do the opposite

A few minutes ago I was listening to Corey Johnson and Caroline Hyde of Bloomberg Television discussing Netflix’s desire to increase its international markets, hopefully getting U.S. and international subscribership on par with each other. Potential subscribers overseas, particularly on … Continue reading

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Putin 2 Obama 0

Looks like the Obama administration is being outmaneuvered (again) by Vladimir Putin. Russia is seeking stronger relations with India and, to a lesser extent, Pakistan. The U.S. has long touted a special relationship with India because it is the world’s … Continue reading

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Is the Administration doing its best to leverage our oil resources?

Republican ranking member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), sees President Barack Obama as just parroting Republican proposals for solving the nation’s energy price crisis. According to Senator Murkowski this is primarily a supply … Continue reading

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