Sasha Riser-Kositsky

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Sasha Riser-Kositsky is associated, including China, India, and government. Most recently, Sasha Riser-Kositsky has been quoted saying: “Pakistan's continuing loss of influence with the [U.S.] executive branch and Congress could result in some form of economic and travel sanctions. A senior White House official already suggested that Pakistan could be included on a list of terrorism-wracked countries whose citizens are now temporarily banned from entering the U.S.” in the article This country may be next on Trump's travel ban. An other article where Sasha Riser-Kositsky has been quoted is Trump have found his big ally to counterbalance China - and it's not Russia.

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One of the reasons the U.S. is so attractive is the relative lack of language barriers (compared with) other countries like Japan and China. So refocusing efforts elsewhere … would be difficult.

Pakistan's continuing loss of influence with the [U.S.] executive branch and Congress could result in some form of economic and travel sanctions. A senior White House official already suggested that Pakistan could be included on a list of terrorism-wracked countries whose citizens are now temporarily banned from entering the U.S.

Many U.S. strategic thinkers see the rise of India as a natural balancer to China as beneficial to the U.S.. Over roughly the last 10 years, U.S. policy has broadly followed this logic, helping strengthen ties with India and offering unprecedented cooperation in terms of civilian nuclear power and co-development and co-production of defense technologies while asking relatively little in exchange.

Despite effusive praise for Pakistan and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during their initial call, Trump's suspicion of immigration from terrorism-prone Muslim countries, public admiration for India, harsh rhetoric toward China (Pakistan's 'all-weather' friend), and hawkish political appointments suggest that U.S. relations with Pakistan will suffer over the next four years.

The central government recently constituted small teams of senior bureaucrats tasked with assessing the local-level impact of the note cancellation.

The government emphatically took land acquisition liberalization off the table last year, and intense union opposition always depressed the outlook for major labor law liberalization at the central level. The demands expressed by the Unions this week are nothing new.

GST was the last major economic reform likely to pass at the central government level before the 2019 general election.

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