When India Almost Intervened in Mauritius
August 22, 2015
When India Almost Intervened in Mauritius
Operation Lal Dora, a 1983 Indian plan to invade Mauritius, sheds light on New Delhi's thinking about the Indian Ocean.
When India Almost Intervened in Mauritius
Surveying India's Evolving Approach to Maritime Security
July 31, 2015
Surveying India's Evolving Approach to Maritime Security
India's approach to maritime security, near and far, is changing. Scott Cheney-Peters joins Ankit Panda to discuss trends.
Surveying India's Evolving Approach to Maritime Security
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
July 28, 2015
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
Japan, India, and Australia will be instrumental in determining Asia's fate in the 21st century.
Asia’s New Geopolitics Takes Shape Around India, Japan, and Australia
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
July 27, 2015
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port will continue to receive Chinese attention.
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
July 25, 2015
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
A constitutional amendment in the Maldives has India worried about Chinese influence.
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
Will Japan Become a Permanent Part of US-India-led Naval Exercise?
July 10, 2015
Will Japan Become a Permanent Part of US-India-led Naval Exercise?
Japan could become a permanent participant in the U.S.-India-led Malabar naval exercises.
Will Japan Become a Permanent Part of US-India-led Naval Exercise?
India Plucks a Pearl from China's 'String' in Bangladesh?
June 07, 2015
India Plucks a Pearl from China's 'String' in Bangladesh?
Indian cargo vessels will have access to Chittagong port, long seen as one of China's "pearls" on the Indian Ocean.
India Plucks a Pearl from China's 'String' in Bangladesh?
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 2
May 26, 2015
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 2
Narendra Modi has spent a year in office. How well has he handled India's foreign policy?
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 2
China Beware: Here Comes India’s Most Powerful Destroyer
April 22, 2015
China Beware: Here Comes India’s Most Powerful Destroyer
Is this India’s response to China’s Luyang III class?
China Beware: Here Comes India’s Most Powerful Destroyer
Chinese Nuclear Subs in the Indian Ocean
April 12, 2015
Chinese Nuclear Subs in the Indian Ocean
An extended deployment has sent a powerful message to the Indian Navy.
Chinese Nuclear Subs in the Indian Ocean
23 Countries Want India's Help in Yemen Evacuation Operations
April 07, 2015
23 Countries Want India's Help in Yemen Evacuation Operations
India's success in evacuating its citizens from Yemen hasn't gone unnoticed.
23 Countries Want India's Help in Yemen Evacuation Operations
Why Washington Is Watching Modi's Moves in the Indian Ocean
April 02, 2015
Why Washington Is Watching Modi's Moves in the Indian Ocean
India perfectly fits into the role U.S. envisages it playing in the Indian Ocean – that of a net security provider.
Why Washington Is Watching Modi's Moves in the Indian Ocean
India’s Key to Sri Lanka: Maritime Infrastructure Development
March 31, 2015
India’s Key to Sri Lanka: Maritime Infrastructure Development
To surpass China in Sri Lanka, India needs to pursue proactive and dynamic diplomacy.
India’s Key to Sri Lanka: Maritime Infrastructure Development
India and Pakistan Locked in a Nuclear Naval Arms Race
March 28, 2015
India and Pakistan Locked in a Nuclear Naval Arms Race
A new report provides a useful summary of the naval nuclear dynamics in the Indian Ocean.
India and Pakistan Locked in a Nuclear Naval Arms Race
India's Neighborhood Is Changing -- How Should New Delhi Respond?
March 17, 2015
India's Neighborhood Is Changing -- How Should New Delhi Respond?
Countries around India are undergoing significant political transformations. Will New Delhi be a beacon of regional stability?
India's Neighborhood Is Changing -- How Should New Delhi Respond?
Trouble in Paradise: Democracy Retreats in the Maldives
March 14, 2015
Trouble in Paradise: Democracy Retreats in the Maldives
Former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed has been sentenced to 13 years in prison on terrorism charges.
Trouble in Paradise: Democracy Retreats in the Maldives
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