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If India Won't Put Up With the Belt and Road, Why Is It the Largest Recipient of AIIB Funds?
March 19, 2018

If India Won't Put Up With the Belt and Road, Why Is It the Largest Recipient of AIIB Funds?

By Ankit Panda
India can finance infrastructure projects through the AIIB and remain critical of China's Belt and Road Initiative.
The Maldives Crisis Presents a Window of Opportunity for India
February 25, 2018

The Maldives Crisis Presents a Window of Opportunity for India

By Devashish Dhar
India has options in the Maldives outside of military intervention and sanctions.

India’s Role and China's Roads in the Indo-Pacific
February 21, 2018

India’s Role and China's Roads in the Indo-Pacific

By Bharath Gopalaswamy
Looking east and south, New Delhi’s attention is finally turning to Southeast Asia.

The Coming India-Russia Split
January 09, 2018

The Coming India-Russia Split

By Dmitriy Frolovskiy
Shifting geopolitical dynamics, especially the rise of China, spell trouble for this long-standing relationship.

2017: A Tough Year for China-India Relations
January 04, 2018

2017: A Tough Year for China-India Relations

By Ivan Lidarev
The China-India relationship stands at a crossroads. Can both sides overcome last year's frictions in 2018?
Grading India's Neighborhood Diplomacy
January 01, 2018

Grading India's Neighborhood Diplomacy

By Vinay Kaura
A report card on Modi’s “neighborhood first” approach to foreign policy.

India's Neighborhood-First Diplomacy Coming Apart at the Seams
December 22, 2017

India's Neighborhood-First Diplomacy Coming Apart at the Seams

By Surajkumar Thube
Despite a concerted push, India is losing ground to China in its own backyard.
Sri Lanka Formally Hands Over Hambantota Port to Chinese Firms on 99-Year Lease
December 11, 2017

Sri Lanka Formally Hands Over Hambantota Port to Chinese Firms on 99-Year Lease

By Ankit Panda
The Sri Lankan government has given assurances that the port will not be used for military ends.

India's Eurasia Policy Gets a Boost With Long-Awaited Trade Corridor
December 09, 2017

India's Eurasia Policy Gets a Boost With Long-Awaited Trade Corridor

By Martand Jha
The International North-South Trade Corridor is finally online.

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.

Sri Lanka: Sovereignty Compromised
September 09, 2017

Sri Lanka: Sovereignty Compromised

By Ana Pararajasingham
Colombo’s attempt to balance India and China has proved futile.
India and NATO: Partners in Arms?
November 30, 2016

India and NATO: Partners in Arms?

By Hriday Ch. Sarma
The time is ripe for increased cooperation between India and the U.S.-led alliance.

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