The 1962 Sino-Indian War Still Shapes Delhi’s Foreign Policy
By Ivan Lidarev
The war marked the end of the Nehruvian era in Indian foreign policy and led to the emergence of a more muscular and more realist India.
India’s Leadership in the WHO: What To (and What Not To) Expect
By Roger C. Liu
How much India is willing to join hands with the West and further pressure China on COVID-19 can determine the course of events.
India’s Renewed Embrace of the Non-Aligned Movement
By Ashutosh Nagda
Prime Minister Modi’s participation at the NAM virtual summit hints at a tactical shift in his foreign policy.
India’s Foreign Policy Evolution
By Uzair Younus
India has evolved from a protest voice on the world stage to an active shaper of the international order.
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
By Kate Sullivan de Estrada and Patrick Quinton-Brown
Why India's media was so ready to buy into the idea that Modi boycotted the Non-Aligned Summit.