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  • China's Rise, America's Pivot, and India's Asian Ambiguity

    China’s rise, and America’s response to it, have laid before India its greatest geopolitical opportunity and the biggest diplomatic challenge since independence.

  • Bhutan Rebalance

    Domestic changes in Bhutan mean that India can no longer treat its northeastern neighbor as anything but a mature participant in the region's future.

  • Obama, the Realist

    President Obama's second term will likely see America being more selective about where it becomes involved abroad.

  • Pivot to America

    President Obama's sweeping vision for his second term might include scaling back America's traditionally active role in the world.

  • A Call to Leadership

    To help defuse the latest round of tensions along the northern border of India and Pakistan, India's government needs to get ahead of inflammatory reactions to the crisis.

  • Karzai in DC

    As Presidents Obama and Karzai meet to discuss the American withdrawal from Afghanistan, they will face major disagreements both between and within their two countries.

  • Doubting Delhi

    In the face of mounting international skepticism, India must take real steps to pursue strategic partnerships with the United States and other nations.

  • Connecting Asia: India Talks, China Builds

    India and China have pursued contrasting policies in reaching out to their Southeast Asian neighbors, and China appears to be gaining the upper hand.

  • Shinzo's ARC

    With Japan's new Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, eager to ensure a stable balance of power in Asia, there could be room for a closer Indo-Japanese partnership in 2013.

  • United States on Arunachal

    The U.S. position on whether India or China has sovereignty over the territory of Arunachal Pradesh will be increasingly important as the rivalry between those two emerging powers grows.

  • The Dragon in the Room

    India's relations with Southeast Asia are booming, but Beijing's increased presence in the region looms large in New Delhi's thinking.

  • A Pivotal Moment

    As President Obama begins his second term, it's up to New Delhi to take the already strong U.S.-Indian partnership to the next level.

  • The New Triangular Diplomacy: India, China and America at Sea

    The emergence of China and India as naval powers and the intersection of their maritime policies with those of the United States are bound to churn the security politics of the Indo-Pacific for decades to come.

  • Samudra Manthan: Sino-Indian Rivalry in the Indo-Pacific

    Despite the huge differences in the current naval capabilities of China, India, and the United States, the three countries are locked in a triangular struggle destined to mold the future Indo-Pacific.

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