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India Warships on Philippines Voyage Amid ASEAN Anniversary
October 02, 2017
India Warships on Philippines Voyage Amid ASEAN Anniversary
Act East voyage continues as both sides commemorate 25 years of partnership.
India Warships on Philippines Voyage Amid ASEAN Anniversary
India, Thailand Launch Army Exercise
July 05, 2017
India, Thailand Launch Army Exercise
Ex Maitree-17 kicked off on July 3.
India, Thailand Launch Army Exercise
Fixing India's Economic Diplomacy
June 16, 2017
Fixing India's Economic Diplomacy
To successfully defend its economic interests in the 21st century, India must rethink its approach.
Fixing India's Economic Diplomacy
Modi’s Strategic Foreign Policy Vision: A Glass Half Full
May 17, 2017
Modi’s Strategic Foreign Policy Vision: A Glass Half Full
Modi has made strides on a geoeconomic vision, but India still lacks a clear geopolitical strategy.
Modi’s Strategic Foreign Policy Vision: A Glass Half Full
Delhi Woos Dhaka: Bangladesh PM Hasina Gets a Warm Welcome in India
April 08, 2017
Delhi Woos Dhaka: Bangladesh PM Hasina Gets a Warm Welcome in India
It is important for India to get ties with Bangladesh right.
Delhi Woos Dhaka: Bangladesh PM Hasina Gets a Warm Welcome in India
Is SAARC Doomed?
April 01, 2017
Is SAARC Doomed?
Rather than deal with Pakistan, India seems to be abandoning SAARC in favor of BIMSTEC.
Is SAARC Doomed?
Making Room for Indian States in Foreign Policy
March 08, 2017
Making Room for Indian States in Foreign Policy
If India wants its states to help boost ties with neighbors, the central government needs to move beyond mere slogans.
Making Room for Indian States in Foreign Policy
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
November 23, 2016
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
Why India's media was so ready to buy into the idea that Modi boycotted the Non-Aligned Summit.
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
BRICS, BIMSTEC, and Anti-Terrorism: What Did India Accomplish?
October 25, 2016
BRICS, BIMSTEC, and Anti-Terrorism: What Did India Accomplish?
India, as the host of the two latest summits, sought to further isolate Pakistan and promote anti-terrorism.
BRICS, BIMSTEC, and Anti-Terrorism: What Did India Accomplish?
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
October 05, 2016
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
India for the most part has shed its aversion to power politics.
Will India Become the Pivot of Asian Security?
Responding to Uri Attack: What Are India's Options?
September 29, 2016
Responding to Uri Attack: What Are India's Options?
India has three main options: a surgical strike, covert ops, or a diplomatic offense to isolate Pakistan.
Responding to Uri Attack: What Are India's Options?
The Modi Doctrine and India-Africa Ties
July 07, 2016
The Modi Doctrine and India-Africa Ties
Five days, four nations -- Modi's first trip to the African continent begins.
The Modi Doctrine and India-Africa Ties
After India's NSG Hiccup in Seoul, Time to Move on
July 01, 2016
After India's NSG Hiccup in Seoul, Time to Move on
NSG membership is still possible for Modi, but it will take concerted diplomatic efforts.
After India's NSG Hiccup in Seoul, Time to Move on
India Must Reform Its Foreign Policy Establishment
May 26, 2016
India Must Reform Its Foreign Policy Establishment
To create continuity, India needs an overhaul of its foreign policy bureaucracy.
India Must Reform Its Foreign Policy Establishment
After 2 Years, How Well Has Narendra Modi Fared as India's Prime Minister?
May 19, 2016
After 2 Years, How Well Has Narendra Modi Fared as India's Prime Minister?
Modi may have fallen short of expectations, but that shouldn't imply his government has failed.
After 2 Years, How Well Has Narendra Modi Fared as India's Prime Minister?
India, Japan and the Geopolitics of Asian Security
June 10, 2015
India, Japan and the Geopolitics of Asian Security
Ankit Panda and Jeff Smith discuss India-Japan relations and the geopolitics of Asian security.
India, Japan and the Geopolitics of Asian Security
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