October 06, 2015
Why Did Britain's Chancellor Visit Xinjiang?
By Kerry Brown
"It is now clear that the British Treasury rather than the Foreign Office runs China policy."
May 17, 2015
Britain-India: From Courted to Courtier
By Shairee Malhotra
What accounts for New Delhi’s relative indifference to London’s overtures?
January 16, 2015
UK Foreign Office Accepts Beijing’s Plan for Hong Kong Elections
By Shannon Tiezzi
“Genuine choice” possible under current electoral reform plan, British officials tell Parliament.
December 04, 2014
Making the Sacrifices in Afghanistan Worthwhile
By Ikram Afzali
Ahead of a major conference, what needs to be done to justify the sacrifices made in Afghanistan?
December 03, 2013
The UK's China Experiment
By Shannon Tiezzi
October 07, 2013
Syria and the Capping of Executive War Powers
By Robert E. Kelly
Syria may have been a bridge too far for untrammeled executive war powers. That’s good for democracy.
August 09, 2013
Japan and the UK: Ties That Bind?
The bilateral security relationship has seen a flurry of activity of late. But what will come of it?
June 27, 2013
UK Bond for Visiting Indians: Recasting Relations for the Future
Many Indians feel insulted by the UK’s new bond scheme for visitor visas.
March 05, 2013
Why Cameron Didn’t Apologize to India
Many criticized British Prime Minister David Cameron for not apologizing for the Jallianwala massacre. Sumit Ganguly and Jennifer Lind on why they’re wrong.
February 18, 2013
France and India Deepen Ties
Visits to New Delhi by Francois Hollande and David Cameron highlight India’s growing importance for Europe.
April 13, 2012
Cameron Calls on Malaysia
British Prime Minister David Cameron has been in Malaysia. Can he improve ties hurt during the Mahathir era?
July 10, 2011
Wen Jiabao vs Aung San Suu Kyi
Burma’s opposition leader may have achieved less than the Chinese premier. But Suu Kyi’s less is definitely more.