Sandeep Gopalan, The Hill

Sandeep Gopalan

The Hill

North Carolina, United States

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Past articles by Sandeep:

Can Biden reframe US international education?

Biden has committed to international education, but has offered no specific actions to implement renewed focus on welcoming students. → Read More

Kobe Bryant has left this earth — but his life lessons linger

If elite sport is a metaphor for life’s many battles, then Bryant was its warrior king with his indomitable will. → Read More

Trump and Obama equally admired? Eight things popularity polls tell us

Polls reflect a preference for leaders in politics and business; women are admired more in the entertainment and activist domains. → Read More

Adam Schiff's cop analogy undermines case for impeachment

Trump’s opponents have sought to fit the facts to a flawed preordained conclusion. → Read More

'Rocket Man' and 'The Dotard,' redux

Kim Jong Un is maintaining a balance of terror with the North Korean people, who have no means to escape. → Read More

Trump's Afghanistan 'peace deal' evidences Tucker Carlson's 'salesman' claim

Fleeing Afghanistan for pragmatic reasons does not have to be dressed up in a fake peace deal. → Read More

Al-Baghdadi killing heralds Trump's dumping of Afghanistan

Trump’s foreign policy doctrine is not pure impulse and personal bias; it is framed in terms of return on investment. → Read More

In trade 'deal,' China suggests we simply have an agreement to agree

China says the deal is far from done and its outcome 'will depend on whether the US can walk together with China.' → Read More

Trump's immigrant health care proclamation is aimed at the wrong problem

The U.S. immigration system has bigger problems than those created by medical insurance for lawful immigrants. → Read More

Complaint against Trump misses key objectives of whistleblower act

The complaint appears to contain opinion and does not fit within the objectives underpinning the 1998 law. → Read More

Trump v. Roberts amplifies public’s loss of trust in institutions

Separation of powers and judicial independence are enshrined in the Constitution, but the idea of 'Obama judges and Trump judges' is entrenched in the public's consciousness. → Read More

OPINION: Facebook Stock Has Fallen, But Its Exploitation Of User Data Is Active As Ever

Should Facebook be subjected to harsh regulation or chopped up into smaller entities? → Read More

Caravan’s absurd lawsuit against Trump treads dangerous territory

The migrants are not entitled to asylum; nor can any person on earth challenge any US policy initiative on grounds that it violates their due process rights. → Read More

Supreme Court set clear precedent on birthright citizenship

The argument that the 14th Amendment doesn't support birthright citizenship for children of illegal immigrants is wishful thinking. → Read More

Reserving board seats for women doesn't empower them — or help companies

California's new women-only quota law focuses on the wrong problem and misunderstands the role of the corporate board. → Read More

India’s landmark ruling on gay sex has ties to US civil rights

A Harvard-educated judge on the activist Supreme Court quoted MLK in rejecting the idea that gays must wait for society to evolve in conservative India. → Read More

Hard choices in training Americans for AI workplace of future

A new report reaffirms humans and machines must learn to work together — as must universities and employers in curriculum development and experiential education. → Read More

Xi’s Africa speech points to a new Chinese world order

President Xi Jinping’s strategic engagement with Africa is a bold ploy that is bearing fruit, including the migration of African students to China. → Read More

A warning label on coffee smacks of nanny statism

Instead of promoting public health, the case risks triggering confusion among consumers, who should not need the government to tell them whether to drink coffee or energy drinks. → Read More

A robot bartender is just the start — and really isn’t a bad thing

The US should spend more on robotics research, given that China has developed robot tanks with laser weapons, robot surgeons, a basketball player and even teachers' aides. → Read More