Free Press Journal
  • Indo-US strategic ties get a thumbs up

    The most heartening development in the 2+2 Indo-US dialogue in New Delhi between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman representing India and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo and Secretary of Defense James Mattison on the US side has been the strengthening of strategic cooperation. With the signing of the communications compatibility and security agreement (COMCASA) the way has been paved for greater Indian access to cutting-edge US military

  • 2+2 dialogue: India, US ink critical defence pact; discuss cross-border terror, H1B

    New Delhi: Reflecting growing congruence in ties, India and the US Thursday signed a landmark security pact, decided to set up hotlines between their defence and foreign ministers and deliberated on thorny issues such as India’s purchase of S-400 missiles from Russia and import of crude oil from Iran.

  • Pak cooperation with US on counter-terrorism must be kept low, says CIA chief

    Washington D C : Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director, Michael Pompeo has said that if history is any guide, then expectations must be kept at a very low level when it comes to Pakistan cooperating with the United States in the fight against terrorism.