The Myth of India as a Great Power
October 25, 2014
The Myth of India as a Great Power
Plus, Fukuyama on dealing with China and Xi Jinping as China’s new imperial president. Pacific Realist links.
The Myth of India as a Great Power
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
October 24, 2014
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
Indians the world over celebrated Diwali this Thursday, as did U.S. President Barack Obama.
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
From 'Looking' East to 'Acting' East: India’s Own Pivot to Asia
October 10, 2014
From 'Looking' East to 'Acting' East: India’s Own Pivot to Asia
Under Modi, India has gone from merely "looking east" to acting east, and that's good news for Indo-U.S. relations.
From 'Looking' East to 'Acting' East: India’s Own Pivot to Asia
Narendra Modi's American Exceptionalism
October 09, 2014
Narendra Modi's American Exceptionalism
Like many Americans, Modi believes in national “exceptionalism.” But for him the exceptional nation is India.
Narendra Modi's American Exceptionalism
On Twitter, ISIS Is More Popular Than China
September 15, 2014
On Twitter, ISIS Is More Popular Than China
Also, China's "creeping invasion" and is India China circa 2001? Some general interest links.
On Twitter, ISIS Is More Popular Than China
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
September 13, 2014
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
China's ambitious goals for the SCO are helped by the imminent addition of three new members.
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
August 29, 2014
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
As past efforts have shown, Modi and Sharif must get personally involved to resolve the long-running dispute.
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
August 29, 2014
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Pakistanis have a more favorable view of India and the U.S. than of either the Taliban or al-Qaeda.
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
India and Pakistan Celebrate Independence
August 16, 2014
India and Pakistan Celebrate Independence
67 years later, Pakistan continues to simmer with violence and uncertainty while India makes slow but steady progress.
India and Pakistan Celebrate Independence
Why Has India’s Prime Minister Gone Silent?
July 31, 2014
Why Has India’s Prime Minister Gone Silent?
Modi’s silence on recent communal tensions can be misconstrued as encouragement.
Why Has India’s Prime Minister Gone Silent?
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
July 24, 2014
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Plus, Afghanistan's national unity government, the BJP gets strict with its members and more. Mid-week links.
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
July 22, 2014
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
President Xi Jinping and Premier Narendra Modi are seeking a detente. But will it last?
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
July 17, 2014
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
The new bank will require a $10 billion commitment by each nation.
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
India’s Modi Approves Aircraft Carrier Funding
July 11, 2014
India’s Modi Approves Aircraft Carrier Funding
This week Modi agreed to release $3.18 billion to finish construction of India’s first indigenous carrier.
India’s Modi Approves Aircraft Carrier Funding
Why India Must Move Beyond English
July 11, 2014
Why India Must Move Beyond English
India’s obsession with English holds back both its economic development and the quality of its education.
Why India Must Move Beyond English
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
July 10, 2014
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
The two South Asian neighbors resolved a long-standing maritime dispute.
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
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