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The Political Geography of the India-China Crisis at Doklam
July 13, 2017
The Political Geography of the India-China Crisis at Doklam
Explaining the political geography at the center of a serious India-China standoff in the Himalayas.
The Political Geography of the India-China Crisis at Doklam
Time to Resurrect the Asian Relations Conference
April 18, 2017
Time to Resurrect the Asian Relations Conference
Modern Asia can learn a lot from the 1947 conference's vision of Asian solidarity.
Time to Resurrect the Asian Relations Conference
How the Indian National Congress Lost India
April 13, 2017
How the Indian National Congress Lost India
India’s Grand Old Party has decidedly lost its grandeur. What happened?
How the Indian National Congress Lost India
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
October 05, 2016
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
India for the most part has shed its aversion to power politics.
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
Interview: Bruce Riedel
January 13, 2016
Interview: Bruce Riedel
Bruce Riedel on the forgotten crisis of the JFK administration.
Interview: Bruce Riedel
John F. Kennedy’s Forgotten Crisis
October 29, 2015
John F. Kennedy’s Forgotten Crisis
1962 is remembered for the Cuban Missile Crisis, but the U.S. almost got involved in another war.
John F. Kennedy’s Forgotten Crisis
India and the Syrian Civil War
September 21, 2015
India and the Syrian Civil War
How a potential permanent UNSC member approached the crisis in Syria.
India and the Syrian Civil War
Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
June 11, 2015
Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, changed India in important ways. His legacy persists.
Nehru's Legacy, 51 Years After his Death
India and Asian Leadership
May 08, 2015
India and Asian Leadership
Sixty years ago, India was at the forefront of efforts to create a new world order. Times have changed.
India and Asian Leadership
India’s Middle East Policy Gathers Momentum
March 08, 2015
India’s Middle East Policy Gathers Momentum
New Delhi’s active diplomacy with the region is now being bolstered by growing recognition of threats such as ISIS.
India’s Middle East Policy Gathers Momentum
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
September 30, 2014
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
‘India can serve as a critical alternative to the exclusive and violent nationalism that currently threatens international peace.’
Flesh and Blood: Nation-Building in India
Is a Silent India the Best India?
August 05, 2014
Is a Silent India the Best India?
India’s policy of non-interference will continue to serve it well in today’s volatile international climate.
Is a Silent India the Best India?
India Sends Its Last Telegram, Stop
June 14, 2013
India Sends Its Last Telegram, Stop
On July 15, India will send its last telegram, after using the once revolutionary technology for 163 years.
India Sends Its Last Telegram, Stop
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
May 13, 2013
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
India and Pakistan love their political heroes, from Indira Gandhi to the recent campaign by Imran Khan.
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
March 22, 2013
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
India’s vote for Sri Lanka to have a war crimes investigation reveals the public’s sway over foreign affairs.
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
Sonia Gandhi’s Stock Rises
March 09, 2011
Sonia Gandhi’s Stock Rises
Sonia Gandhi took a tough line over DMK threats to leave the UPA government. It seems to have paid off.
Sonia Gandhi’s Stock Rises
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