The Making of a Maritime South Asia?
By Udayan Das
Conceptions of the region have long focused on the primacy of the land. But, increasingly, South Asian states are turning toward the sea.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands: New Delhi’s Bulwark in the Indian Ocean
By Ashutosh S. Patki
As China expands its presence in the Indian Ocean region, India is investing billions in developing the strategically located island chain.
India’s Unrealized Maritime Dreams
By Abhijnan Rej
The grand story of Indian defense policy has always been that of a mismatch between aspiration and capabilities.
India’s Plan to Jumpstart Its Maritime Industry
By Pratnashree Basu
The government is planning to develop “maritime clusters.” What will that look like?
How Will the Quad Impact India’s Maritime Security Policy?
By Sourina Bej
So far, India has remained hesitant to spell out what the Quad means for its maritime policy.
Modi’s Strategic Foreign Policy Vision: A Glass Half Full
By Uttara Sahasrabuddhe and Chaitanya Mallapur
Modi has made strides on a geoeconomic vision, but India still lacks a clear geopolitical strategy.
Reviving the India-Indonesia Relationship
By Chietigj Bajpaee
Ties with Indonesia are an under-appreciated part of India's "Act East" policy.
India and the South China Sea Dispute
By Abhijit Singh
Recent developments have operational implications for India.
India’s Evolving Maritime Strategy
By Darshana M. Baruah
India shifts its focus from ‘using’ to ‘securing’ maritime security in the Indo-Pacific.