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In ‘The Sinking Middle Class’, David Roediger writes about how Democrats and Republicans praise the middle-class as America’s heart. But numbers tell a different story.
Jessica Krug teaches African-American history at Georgetown University and even wrote a book on transatlantic slave trade.
Despite India, Australia, US and Japan’s efforts for a multinational alternative to China, it’s not going to take off for quite a while.
Foreign ministers of India, Australia and Indonesia to meet soon to formalise agenda on security and economic connectivity.
Here's why the Indian-American community is the toast of town—Republican and Democrat—as US presidential election nears.
US imposed sanctions against Zhang Taotao and his Hong Kong-based Allyrise Technology Group Co. Ltd for trafficking fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.
New Delhi and Washington are likely to sign defence foundational pact BECA during the 2+2 meeting that has been in the works since July.
At ThePrint's OTC, Financial Times chief foreign affairs commentator Gideon Rachman says Beijing has alienated a very large neighbour that is India.
Techno-nationalism connects a nation’s tech innovation to its self-image. Trump’s pushback against Chinese techno-nationalism is not limited to Huawei.
As the Covid-19 pandemic shows no signs of letting up, ThePrint highlights the most important stories on the crisis from across the globe.