Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s accomplishments in foreign policy offer hope that similar achievements can be produced at home.
A real strategic partnership between major powers is not just about one-off major initiatives but also about the practical application of the partnership across the wide array of issues.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for India to become a leading power represents a change in how the country’s top political leadership conceives of its role in international politics.
The real value of the U.S.-Indian partnership will come when both nations begin to view the other as indispensable for resolving the challenges at the core of today’s global disorder.
While innovation in weapon technology is as old as warfare itself, the rise of new weapon technologies like cyberwarfare and autonomous weapons has raised fundamental questions about the impact of International Humanitarian Law on future battlefields.
All states indulge in spying, political and commercial. India and Pakistan should acknowledge their respective spies and bring them home through spy swaps when they get caught.
The Indian Air Force’s falling end strength and problematic force structure, combined with its troubled acquisition and development programs, threaten India’s air superiority over its rapidly modernizing rivals.
BG Verghese’s last book is a pragmatic reminder of the necessity of an India-Pakistan reconciliation.
After the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit, likely the last in the series, the primary challenge will be sustaining the momentum generated by these meetings thus far.
A rising China and the anti-India resentments of Kathmandu’s hill elite have the potential to neutralize, over the longer term, some of Delhi’s natural strategic advantages in Nepal.