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A New Chapter in India-Maldives Relations
December 22, 2018

A New Chapter in India-Maldives Relations

By Vinay Kaura
With a change of leadership in Male, the Maldives have turned back to India.

The Maldives’ New Government: Mission Impossible?
October 01, 2018

The Maldives’ New Government: Mission Impossible?

By Sudha Ramachandran
From reframing ties with China to advancing Maldivian democracy, Ibrahim Mohamed Solih has a hard road ahead.
The Maldives Crisis and the China-India Chess Match
March 15, 2018

The Maldives Crisis and the China-India Chess Match

By Sunaina Kumar and Angela Stanzel
The state of emergency comes amid a high stakes game of regional rivalry.

The Maldives Crisis: Will India Intervene?
February 27, 2018

The Maldives Crisis: Will India Intervene?

By Arafat Kabir
Recent history suggests Indian intervention would carry steep consequences.

India and the Maldives Emergency
February 08, 2018

India and the Maldives Emergency

By Sudha Ramachandran
Doing nothing is not an option, but there are few good choices for India.

China to India: Respect Maldives' Sovereignty
February 08, 2018

China to India: Respect Maldives' Sovereignty

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's Foreign Ministry warns the world not to “complicate the situation” by interfering in the unfolding crisis.

The China-Maldives Connection
January 25, 2018

The China-Maldives Connection

By Sudha Ramachandran
With a new FTA, China cements its influence in Maldives, much to India's dismay.
India’s Regional Power Credentials Under Threat by China
November 24, 2017

India’s Regional Power Credentials Under Threat by China

By Ana Pararajasingham
In both Maldives and Sri Lanka, China has been chipping away at Indian influence.

Will Saudi Investment Be the Spark to Ignite the Maldives' Political Tinderbox?
April 21, 2017

Will Saudi Investment Be the Spark to Ignite the Maldives' Political Tinderbox?

By Aaquib Khan
The Maldivian government comes under fire for an opaque investment deal with Riyadh.

Is China on the Road to International Isolation?
January 21, 2017

Is China on the Road to International Isolation?

By Dániel Balázs and Patrick Mendis
China's willingness to do business with dictators will undermine national interest in the long run.

Maldives Criminal Court Seeks Arrest of Opposition Leaders, Including Former President
August 31, 2016

Maldives Criminal Court Seeks Arrest of Opposition Leaders, Including Former President

By Ankit Panda
A group of opposition leaders reportedly met recently in Sri Lanka.
Modi's Trip and China’s Islands: The Battle for the Indian Ocean
March 11, 2015

Modi's Trip and China’s Islands: The Battle for the Indian Ocean

By Darshana M. Baruah
With his Indian Ocean tour, the PM aims to counter Chinese influence among small island nations.

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