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A Combative India is Hitting Back Abroad

A Combative India is Hitting Back Abroad

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Irked over Canada allowing a referendum on Khalistan to take place, India hit back with a travel advisory cautioning against increasing hate crimes in Canada.
Indian FM Speaks Hard Truths on India’s Foreign Policy Goals

Indian FM Speaks Hard Truths on India’s Foreign Policy Goals

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Despite the use of language that would please the US, Jaishankar’s speech reflected a worldview that sounded similar to China's.

At 75, India’s Kashmir Challenge Shifts Foreign Policy Focus

At 75, India’s Kashmir Challenge Shifts Foreign Policy Focus

By Aijaz Hussain
From a Pakistan-centric policy, India has shifted to focus on a rising China that is supporting Islamabad’s stance on Kashmir.

India, UN Security Council Join Condemnation of Myanmar Executions

India, UN Security Council Join Condemnation of Myanmar Executions

By Sebastian Strangio
Last week's killing of four political prisoners has catalyzed an unusually strong regional reaction.

India’s Subtle Shifts Toward the West and Away From Russia

India’s Subtle Shifts Toward the West and Away From Russia

By Niranjan Marjani
New Delhi is not abandoning Russia, but it is slowly laying the groundwork to reduce its key areas of dependence on Moscow.
Is Strategic Autonomy a Boon or Burden for India?

Is Strategic Autonomy a Boon or Burden for India?

By Chietigj Bajpaee
In the emerging global order, is India’s hewing to “strategic autonomy” more trouble than it’s worth?

India’s Response to the Ukraine Crisis Is a Wake-up Call for the US

India’s Response to the Ukraine Crisis Is a Wake-up Call for the US

By Muhsin Puthan Purayil
Rather than hand-wringing over India's reliability, it's time for Washington to face up to the facts: The U.S. has a serious image problem in India.
How Is India’s Silent Diplomacy Navigating the Russia-Ukraine War?

How Is India’s Silent Diplomacy Navigating the Russia-Ukraine War?

By Jagannath Panda
New Delhi has sought to navigate between expressing veiled concern for the Russian invasion and maintaining an important strategic and security relationship.

India’s Foreign Secretary Visits Post-Coup Myanmar

India’s Foreign Secretary Visits Post-Coup Myanmar

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Given the geopolitical and security interests, India cannot afford to ignore or isolate Myanmar.

Putin’s Visit Strengthens India’s Strategic Autonomy Stance

Putin’s Visit Strengthens India’s Strategic Autonomy Stance

By Dalbir Ahlawat
Even as India tilts closer to the U.S., Russia continues to play a crucial role for Indian strategy.

Rebooting India’s Foreign Ministry

Rebooting India’s Foreign Ministry

By Pranay Ahluwalia
India’s foreign policy is increasingly ambitious. Can its foreign ministry keep up?
India’s Confused Approach to Afghanistan

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.

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