Why India is Successful in Bilateral Diplomacy, Not in Multilateral Forums
By Muqtedar Khan
At the bilateral level, its friends are happy to sell it arms but it is yet unable to make its interests the world’s interests in global forums.
PM Modi Hosts Xi and Putin for Virtual SCO Summit a Fortnight After US Visit
By Krutika Pathi
This is Russian President Vladimir Putin’s first summit since the Wagner insurrection.
Michael Kugelman on the India-Pakistan Relationship
By Shannon Tiezzi
Pakistan wants a more stable relationship with India, but “that doesn’t mean it wants to pursue reconciliation.”
What Did Pakistan’s FM Accomplish at the SCO Meeting in India?
By Ureeda Khan and Syed Basim Raza
Bilateral relations between Pakistan and India remain stagnant, but that was not the goal of Bhutto Zardari’s trip.
India’s Foreign Minister Meets With Counterparts From China, Russia
By Krutika Pathi
New Delhi's relationship with Moscow, its Cold War ally, has remained strong. But Beijing gaining more sway over Moscow could prove frustrating for India.
Chinese Defense Minister Li Shangfu’s Visit to India: Impact on China-India Relations
By Tien-sze Fang
The divergence between China and India on border issues was on full display. Nevertheless, Li's visit to New Delhi still holds some positive significance.
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.
The SCO Meeting in India: A Chance for India and Pakistan to Turn a New Page?
By Syed Basim Raza
Pakistan’s foreign minister will be traveling to India to attend the summit, making him the first high-ranking Pakistani official to visit India since 2014.
Should Pakistan Attend the SCO Summit in India?
By Javairyah Kulthum Aatif
Pakistan’s choice of whether to attend the SCO summit in India will send signals to internal and external audiences on a number of levels.