Miller Argues for Streamlining U.S. Immigration Process for Indian Citizens
“Addressing the issues in immigration policy that are affecting the United States’ ability to attract and retain skilled Indian immigrants and maintain a competitive edge over China should be a no-brainer.”
Miller Publishes Op-Ed of State of U.S.-India Relations
Professor Miller outlines some of the pressing matters shaping U.S. and India’s strategic calculations, including the war in Ukraine, India-Russian relations, China, trade and technology relationship, as well as the state of Indian democracy.
Miller Coauthors Column on U.S.-India Trade Relationship
“A frangible bilateral partnership is neither an effective deterrent to revisionist countries nor conducive to shoring up the rules-based order — facts which both countries would do well to remember.”
Miller Publishes Blog on Perception of U.S. Midterms in India
“In India, as in the United States, the midterms were seen as a referendum on democracy. But while President Biden said the ensuing results were a win for democratic values, Indian analysts interpreted the results as mixed.”
Najam Discusses Global Climate Justice on CFR Webinar
According to Professor Najam, the world finds itself in a situation where the effects of climate change are being felt by those who have been contributing the least to greenhouse emissions, the result of which is a crisis of climate justice.
Miller Publishes Blog on Shinzo Abe’s Impact on Japan-India Relations
“The evidence that [Shinzo Abe] personally played a role in strengthening the Japan-India relationship is strong. He was indeed, as Prime Minister Modi wrote, ‘a champion of India-Japan friendship.'”
Najam Explores Impact of Climate Change on the Practice of International Relations
As Dean Najam argued at CFRs College and University Educators Workshop, climate change has moved from the periphery to the center of international relations and foreign policy study in the span of just 25 years.
Miller Publishes Article on India’s Strategic Alliances
“Through the Quad, India can have more impact in shaping the global order and restraining China. At the same time, the Quad keeps the door open for India for close defense cooperation without resorting to a security alliance.”
Shifrinson Named CFR Term Member
Prof. Joshua Shifrinson was recently announced as a Stephen M. Kellen Term Member with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Berger Gives Series of Talks on US-Japan Alliance
Prof. Thomas Berger has given a series of talks this summer on topics including the US-Japan alliance.
Selin Attends Council on Foreign Relations Workshop
Pardee School Professor Henrik Selin represented Boston University at the 2015 College and University Educator’s Workshop hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations.