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  • Modi Government’s Challenge in Nepal

    India can improve its Nepal engagement by simply helping itself through the development of frontier regions in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, modernising border infrastructure, and upgrading transborder connectivity.

  • After Vladimir Putin Warmth at BRICS, Sudden Chill for Delhi

    India has a big stake in preventing the further deterioration of U.S.-Russian relations. If India’s silence on Ukraine until now has been misunderstood, it must now speak up.

  • The Great Game Folio: Russian Pipeline

    The long discussed overland pipeline bringing hydrocarbons from Russia to India is gaining some traction with the NDA government.

  • Managing Strategic Partnerships

    Restoring the lost dynamism in India’s vital strategic partnerships and regaining a firm handle on some of its traditionally fraught relationships must be at the top of the diplomatic agenda.

  • Five-Point Someone

    If Narendra Modi is luckier than his predecessors, he might make some progress with Pakistan. However, Modi should be aware that breakthroughs are unlikely amid the country’s current political flux.

  • Modi’s World

    Foreign policy is rarely central to elections anywhere in the world. It is no surprise, then, that the foreign policy sections in the manifestos put out by some Indian parties seem an afterthought.

  • Colombo Correction

    India’s decision to abstain on a resolution against Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva last week was unexpected.

  • The Great Game Folio

    As the crisis in Crimea deepens, the formal arguments between Russia and the West are about two perennial themes in international politics—sovereignty and intervention.

  • Chinese Takeaway: UPA’s Record

    The idea of promoting trans-frontier economic cooperation as a complement to the maintenance of peace and tranquillity on the border has begun to gain some traction in both Delhi and Beijing during the last few years.

  • Asia and the Two World Wars

    As the world prepares to mark the anniversaries of the First and Second World War, the two great wars have acquired a peculiar political resonance in East Asia.

  • Crouching Tiger, Looming Dragon

    India must recognize its past errors in dealing with Beijing and its refusal to prepare the nation to cope with the rise of China.

  • Degrees of Irresponsibility

    The Indian political classes are gravely mistaken if they think the contest for power at home can be conducted without reference to the world outside.

  • Tokyo’s Defence

    After decades of pacifism and strategic marginalisation, Japan is now shaking up the region’s geopolitics by responding vigorously to China’s rise.

  • Dhaka Spillover

    The continuing violence in Bangladesh and the political cloud over the general elections scheduled for January are of great consequence for the entire subcontinent.

  • Reconnecting Punjab: Shahbaz Sharif’s Mixed Signals

    In recent years, sentiments for reviving cross-border connections with Pakistan have intensified on the Indian side of Punjab and have strong bipartisan support.

  • India and the Middle East: Delhi Begins a Re-think

    A comprehensive approach to the Middle East should also allow Delhi to recast the anti-Western framework that has long guided India’s regional policy.

  • A New Day in Asia

    To cope with new geopolitical imperatives, India must learn to deal with Asia on its own terms and stop imposing its ideological preferences on the region.

  • Getting Real With Hanoi

    As India receives the general secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Nguyen Phu Trong, Delhi must seek a bold expansion of the strategic partnership with Hanoi.

  • Security Counsel

    A new book tracks India’s struggle for territorial integrity since its independence.

  • Strategic Autonomy

    The rise of China demands Delhi intensify its cooperation with Beijing and prudently manage the multiple tensions that could undermine the bilateral relationship.

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