What Does India Gain From the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?
By Niranjan Marjani
India sees its SCO membership as a means to increase engagements with the Eurasian region. However, India’s participation has several limitations.
How India Can Broaden its Relationships With Central Asia
By Dante Schulz
From the January 2022 summit to the recent NSA meeting, India has ramped up its outreach to Central Asia this year.
India’s Plan to Realize TAPI
By Sophia Nina Burna-Asefi
The Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline project seems to have far more going against it than pushing in its favor.
India-Kyrgyzstan Hold Bilateral Military Exercise Khanjar
By Catherine Putz
Special forces troops from India and Kyrgyzstan started a two-week exercise outside Bishkek on April 16.
India-Iran-Uzbekistan Pursue Central Asian Connectivity
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The Iranian port of Chabahar has the potential to shift some of the regional dynamics in India’s favor.
Does India Gain Anything From the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
Any benefits from the SCO are cancelled out by the presence of China and Pakistan.
India's Soft Power at Play in Central Asia
By Colleen Wood
India’s soft power push could be threatened by tension stemming from medical students’ bumpy integration in Kyrgyzstan.
Filling In the North-South Trade Corridor's Missing Links
By Roshan Iyer
New Delhi is deftly decoupling its connectivity-centric policy in Iran from its increased engagement with Washington.
India's SCO Challenge
By Suyash Desai
India’s involvement in the SCO brings a diplomatic challenge and opportunities in energy, connectivity, and security.
Can India ‘Connect' With Central Asia?
By Neha Dwivedi
India has yet to translate its aspirations in Central Asia into reality.
Does India's Chabahar Deal Make Sense?
By Sarah Watson
Without a clear economic rationale, Chabahar port might do little more than embroil India in geopolitical games.
New Alliances in Central Asia
By Pierre-Olivier Bussieres
Why Russo-Indian relations matter.