Steel makers seek ban on Iran imports
Surge in imports, predatory pricing have added to worries of Indian companies, says steel body.
US warns India with CAATSA over Iran oil
Spokesperson for US State Department Heather Nauert while addressing the media on India purchasing f...
You'll know soon: Trump on CAATSA sanctions on India-Russia deal
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that India "will soon find out" abo...
CAATSA not intended to damage military capabilities of our allies: US
Stating that the intent to slap sanctions on Russia was to impose costs for its "malign behaviour", the US also made it clear that any waiver will be considered on a transaction-by-transaction basis, adding it cannot prejudge any sanctions decisions.
Caatsa waiver likely to be part of 2+2 dialogue
The US has imposed military sanctions under Caatsa against Russia and the sanctions extend to countries that engage with Russia on defence.
S-400 a significant transaction with potential CAATSA implications: US
"CAATSA sanctions in this context are not intended to undermine the defense capabilities of any particular country. They are instead aimed at imposing costs upon Russia in response to its malign activities."
Cold war II looms and India is woefully underprepared
On the face of it, the US’s muscular approach to China is music to Indian ears. But the government thrives on ambiguity because it’s useful in diplomatic fudge. So our Indo-Pacific policy is a direct counter to China’s BRI, but we’re afraid the Quad will spook the Chinese. Only we believe our nonsense.
We will work everything out: James Mattis on India's purchase of S-400 defence systems
India risked US sanctions when it agreed in October to a USD 5 billion deal to buy Russian missile systems.
Congressional conference report paves way for CAATSA waiver
CAATSA waiver though general in nature is intended at preventing US sanctions on India, which is planning to buy five S-400 Triumf air defense systems for around USD 4.5 billion from Russia.
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