Opinion | What New Delhi must do after the US president returns home
The hard work of wrapping up a trade deal will have to begin in earnest once the spectacle of the Trump visit is behind us
The two-day visit of US President Donald J. Trump to India, his first since assuming office, is an opportune moment to take stock of the bilateral relationship. With an ebb and flow since the early days of the new Indian republic, the relationship reached a high point during the Indo-US nuclear accord of 2008. Recall that this was passed, remarkably, by a lame duck session of the US Congress in the last days of the George W. Bush presidency.