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How India Should Approach Newly Assertive China
August 18, 2016

How India Should Approach Newly Assertive China

By K.S. Venkatachalam
India should be wary of growing Chinese designs in Asia, but needs to avoid aligning totally with the United States.

Why China Isn’t Too Worried by Expanding US-India Ties
June 17, 2016

Why China Isn’t Too Worried by Expanding US-India Ties

By Walter Andersen and Dániel Balázs
India continues to balance ties between Washington and Beijing, to seek maximum advantage.
The Logic of Closer US-India Relations
June 14, 2016

The Logic of Closer US-India Relations

By Namrata Goswami
The hurdles that obstructed the relationship in the past are no longer influential.

India’s ASEAN Approach: Acting East
April 08, 2016

India’s ASEAN Approach: Acting East

By Sampa Kundu
How India's approach to ASEAN has evolved, and where it stands now.

India, Brunei Ink New Defense Pact
February 04, 2016

India, Brunei Ink New Defense Pact

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Defense MoU concluded during historic visit.

India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy
December 03, 2015

India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy

By Darshana M. Baruah
India shifts its focus from ‘using’ to ‘securing’ maritime security in the Indo-Pacific.

Does India Have Lessons for China and the South China Sea?
November 29, 2015

Does India Have Lessons for China and the South China Sea?

By Mercedes Page
Beijing can learn a thing or two from how New Delhi has managed maritime disputes with its neighbors.
India May Have Quad Military Exercise with US, Japan, Australia: Ex-Top Diplomat
November 06, 2015

India May Have Quad Military Exercise with US, Japan, Australia: Ex-Top Diplomat

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A former Indian foreign secretary is upbeat on the revival of the so-called ‘quad.’

India's Got a Plan For South China Sea Disputes (And China Won't Like It)
March 11, 2015

India's Got a Plan For South China Sea Disputes (And China Won't Like It)

By Ankit Panda
India's got a preferred solution for South China Sea disputes -- and it's not a surprise.

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