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India’s Confused Approach to Afghanistan
September 20, 2021

India’s Confused Approach to Afghanistan

By Mohamed Zeeshan
New Delhi will need to institutionalize scenario planning in foreign policy making if it is keen to shape global events.

Mohamed Zeeshan on How India Can Grow Its Global Influence
July 15, 2021

Mohamed Zeeshan on How India Can Grow Its Global Influence

By Sudha Ramachandran
“There is space for India to position itself as the organizer of a global development coalition.”
External Concerns are Driving Modi’s Kashmir Strategy
July 06, 2021

External Concerns are Driving Modi’s Kashmir Strategy

By Mohamed Zeeshan
New Delhi’s crackdown on Kashmir since August 2019 has turned the global spotlight on the human rights situation there.

Finding Strategic Autonomy in the Quad: India’s Trial by Fire 
March 18, 2021

Finding Strategic Autonomy in the Quad: India’s Trial by Fire 

By Monish Tourangbam and Anupama Vijayakumar
In New Delhi’s pursuit of influence in the Indo-Pacific, the flexibility and traction accorded by the practice of strategic autonomy will be its guiding north star.

Can India Mold the Quad for Its Own Gains?
March 17, 2021

Can India Mold the Quad for Its Own Gains?

By Mohamed Zeeshan
India represents the only developing country that can challenge China in the long run. The Quad must help build India’s strengths.

Hindutva’s Realism in Modi’s Foreign Policy
January 01, 2021

Hindutva’s Realism in Modi’s Foreign Policy

By Ameya Pratap Singh
The influence of Hindutva’s unique brand of realism on Modi’s foreign policy is apparent.

Indian Foreign Minister Speaks at Event on Rebalancing at Home and Aboard
December 11, 2020

Indian Foreign Minister Speaks at Event on Rebalancing at Home and Aboard

By Abhijnan Rej
Jaishankar’s remarks offer a glimpse into India’s future trajectory. Which may not make some happy.
Biden Must Aid India’s Quest for Multilateral Reforms
December 07, 2020

Biden Must Aid India’s Quest for Multilateral Reforms

By Niranjan Marjani
For New Delhi, comprehensive reforms of global institutions are a key foreign policy priority. Washington should help.

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.

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