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    • Op-Ed

    What the Return of Quadrilateral Says About India and Emerging Asian Geopolitics

    India’s issue with quadrilateral cooperation among India, Japan, Australia and the United States is no longer about the principle. New Delhi will sit down with anyone in any kind of forum if that serves India’s national interest.

    • Op-Ed

    The Confluence of Two Seas

    The Indian, Japanese, and U.S. effort to connect the Pacific and Indian Oceans could be an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative and enhance the bargaining power of small countries vis-a-vis Beijing.

    • Op-Ed

    Raja Mandala: The Road to Partnership

    In demanding that Pakistan suspend cross-border terrorism and asking that India play a larger role in the region, Trump and Tillerson have begun to clear the path for strategic regional coordination between India and the United States.

    • Op-Ed

    Andaman and Nicobar as India’s Smart Islands

    Having drawn up the intent and will to develop the Andamans, New Delhi will now have to build its smart islands with cooperation from its maritime partners. The strategic development of these islands is no longer an option but a necessity.

    • Op-Ed

    Raja Mandala: Possibilities Amidst Flux in South Asia

    New Delhi must find ways to effectively intervene in the limited but inviting strategic space that is opening up between the United States, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

    • Op-Ed

    Pakistan and Trump: Ready for a Bargain?

    India should focus on shaping the outcomes of the U.S.-Pakistan negotiations, since those talks will not only influence the situation in Afghanistan but could also have significant implications for the subcontinent as a whole.

    • Event

    Changing Geopolitics of Europe

    Given their proximity to Russia and their position as members of both the European Union and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Baltic states offer important perspectives on European geopolitics.

    • Op-Ed

    Raja Mandala: New Foray Into the Great Game

    India will inevitably have to do more in Afghanistan, since the United States will not bear the security burden forever. Any substantive India-U.S. strategic coordination, however, could presage a major change in the regional politics of South Asia.

    • Op-Ed

    New Delhi and Tokyo: Asia’s New Leaders

    While New Delhi and Tokyo realize their limitations in competing with China-led initiatives, there is an unmatched intent and willingness in the Indo-Japanese relationship to collaborate on new areas across the region.

    • Event

    President Trump and the New Afghan Dynamic: India’s Options

    An examination of New Delhi’s policy and programmatic responses to President Trump’s Afghanistan strategy and its greater role for India.

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    Bilal Baloch
    Visiting Fellow
    Bilal Baloch is a visiting fellow at Carnegie India where his research focuses on the political economy of government behavior in India and other developing democracies.
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    C. Raja Mohan
    Director
    Carnegie India
    A leading analyst of India’s foreign policy, Mohan is also an expert on South Asian security, great-power relations in Asia, and arms control.
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    Garima Mohan
    Nonresident Fellow
    Carnegie India
    Garima Mohan is a nonresident fellow at Carnegie India. Her research focuses on the foreign and security policies of rising powers, particularly that of India, and on Europe-India relations.
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    Constantino Xavier
    Fellow
    Carnegie India
    Constantino Xavier is a fellow at Carnegie India, based in New Delhi. His research focus is on India’s foreign policy, with emphasis on relations with its neighboring countries and South Asian regional security.

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