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India’s Leadership in the WHO: What To (and What Not To) Expect
May 26, 2020

India’s Leadership in the WHO: What To (and What Not To) Expect

By Roger C. Liu
How much India is willing to join hands with the West and further pressure China on COVID-19 can determine the course of events.

India’s Renewed Embrace of the Non-Aligned Movement
May 11, 2020

India’s Renewed Embrace of the Non-Aligned Movement

By Ashutosh Nagda
Prime Minister Modi’s participation at the NAM virtual summit hints at a tactical shift in his foreign policy.
Growing Russia-India-China Tensions: Splits in the RIC Strategic Triangle?
March 17, 2020

Growing Russia-India-China Tensions: Splits in the RIC Strategic Triangle?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
There are growing tensions in New Delhi’s engagement within this arrangement and its other alignments.

The Rising Domestic Danger to India’s Foreign Policy Under Modi
March 06, 2020

The Rising Domestic Danger to India’s Foreign Policy Under Modi

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Whether New Delhi likes it or not, it is becoming increasingly clear that domestic issues are affecting ties with its neighbors and partners and that the costs of this are increasing.

The Trouble With India’s Soft Power Apparatus
February 28, 2020

The Trouble With India’s Soft Power Apparatus

By Anubhav Roy
New Delhi needs a more coherent strategy for where it chooses to invest in Indian Cultural Centers overseas.

Is India Still a Rising Superpower?
February 26, 2020

Is India Still a Rising Superpower?

By Muhsin Puthan
India’s international relations have become a hostage to its own domestic political and social chaos.

Sri Lanka’s Role in Sino-Indian Competition in South Asia
January 28, 2020

Sri Lanka’s Role in Sino-Indian Competition in South Asia

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The country continues to be a prime area of competition for both Asian powers in the South Asia region.
India’s Self-Inflicted Foreign Policy Challenges in 2020
January 04, 2020

India’s Self-Inflicted Foreign Policy Challenges in 2020

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
While the Modi government secured some notable gains during its time in office thus far, challenges lie ahead this year and beyond.

Why the European Parliament Group’s Kashmir Visit Backfired on India
November 05, 2019

Why the European Parliament Group’s Kashmir Visit Backfired on India

By Angshuman Choudhury and Prannv Dhawan
The curated visit of far-right European politicians to Kashmir was a dangerous gamble for India’s foreign policy.

Defense Secretary Introductory Trip Highlights India-Singapore Security Collaboration
October 18, 2019

Defense Secretary Introductory Trip Highlights India-Singapore Security Collaboration

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent visit reinforced the defense aspect of the ties between the two countries.

What’s Next for India-Japan Defense Relations?
September 06, 2019

What’s Next for India-Japan Defense Relations?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
While the impetus for closer alignment is clear, much work remains to be done on the security side and within the wider bilateral relationship.
How Will Recent Tensions Impact India’s Tsentr 2019 Participation?
August 27, 2019

How Will Recent Tensions Impact India’s Tsentr 2019 Participation?

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi’s expected involvement amid recent tensions with some other participants will make for interesting dynamics.

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