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Why China Isn’t Freaking Out
February 03, 2012

Why China Isn’t Freaking Out

There are good reasons why the rhetoric from Moscow is harsher than Beijing’s. For a start, China knows lashing out at the U.S. is counterproductive.

A Rocky Russia-India Defense Union
December 18, 2011

A Rocky Russia-India Defense Union

India replacing China as the world’s largest arms importer should leave plenty of scope for Russian manufacturers. But the two sides don’t always see eye to eye.

Russia, India at Crossroads
December 14, 2011

Russia, India at Crossroads

A summit between India and Russia is a reminder of the potential of bilateral ties. India could learn from China.

India Eyes Privileged Partner Poll
December 05, 2011

India Eyes Privileged Partner Poll

India will have been paying close attention to parliamentary elections in Russia. The two countries have plenty of shared defense, strategic and nuclear interests.

Is BRICS a Real Bloc?
April 22, 2011

Is BRICS a Real Bloc?

Tensions and diverging interests between China and Russia loomed large over the group’s latest meeting. Will BRICS ever find a unified voice?

March 11, 2011

China, Japan Fated for Conflict?

Two recent incidents underscore the ongoing tensions between Japan and China. How will Japan respond?

February 18, 2011

Tricky Kuril Ties

Russia and Japan must resolve the Kuril Islands/Northern Territories issue if they want to build closer strategic ties.

India’s Soaring Fighter Ambition
February 09, 2011

India’s Soaring Fighter Ambition

Six fighter jet manufacturers are vying for India’s biggest-ever military aviation contract. Expect politics to play a role in the decision.

Medvedev Calls on India
December 22, 2010

Medvedev Calls on India

Does Dmitry Medvedev’s visit to India and the signing of a raft of business and defence deals indicate warmer ties?

Sarkozy’s India Visit
December 10, 2010

Sarkozy’s India Visit

Nicolas Sarkozy’s India visit struck all the right notes as he backed it for permanent UNSC membership.

That Stubborn Euro-Asia Divide
December 07, 2010

That Stubborn Euro-Asia Divide

By Richard Weitz
Kazakhstan misses a chance to use the first OSCE summit in a decade to bridge the security gap between Europe and Central Asia.
November 11, 2010

Will Hu Meet Kan?

The APEC summit would be a good place for the Chinese and Japanese leaders to talk. Will they?

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