On India Upfront with Rahul Shivshankar, we discuss Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to America, where he has planned to address many issues such as terrorism, climate change, more importantly, the geopolitics with respect to strengthening global strategic partnership with the United States of America and our strategic partners Japan and Australia at the United Nations General Assembly on Saturday. Prime Minister says that he will be holding individual meetings tomorrow with both the Australian Prime Minister and the Japanese Prime Minister to further entrench the budding relationship. "The US chose not to act in Afghanistan. They equipped them with all military assets. The unstable terrorist ruled nation is going to keep the neighbors occupied in threats," says Brahma Chellaney, Strategic Affairs Expert. Watch the debate to know more.