India’s Space Cooperation With the Middle East
By Anuttama Banerji
While the traditional view holds that India’s engagement with the region is primarily focused on economics, especially energy, space cooperation is an increasingly important area.
India Ups Its Game in the Middle East
By Husain Haqqani and Aparna Pande
India's response to the earthquake emergency in Turkey and Syria is not just humanitarian. It’s strategic.
India’s COVID-19 Cooperation With the Middle East
By Alvite Ningthoujam
Indian aid and cooperation amid the pandemic has extended to its increasingly close partners in the Gulf region.
Why Saudi Arabia and the UAE Aren’t Bothered by India’s Citizenship Amendment Act
By Kabir Taneja
Driven by geopolitics and economics, both Gulf states are courting a close relationship with Modi’s India.
Modi in Saudi Arabia: Upping the ‘Look West’ Game
By Shreya Upadhyay
India’s Look West policy received a fillip with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia.
What Did the Middle East Think of India’s Kashmir Change?
By Guy Burton
The response from the Muslim powers in the Middle East has been noticeably muted.
India's Overseas Labor Pains
By Neeta Lal
A migrant worker's death sharpens criticism of India's inability to protect its overseas laborers.
India’s Middle East Policy Gathers Momentum
By Kabir Taneja
New Delhi’s active diplomacy with the region is now being bolstered by growing recognition of threats such as ISIS.
India, the Middle East and Beyond
By Tridivesh Singh Maini
India has the chance to develop relations with key Middle Eastern countries. It will need skill to do so, however.