The Foreign Policy Angle in India’s Upcoming National Elections
By Arvind Mohan
The BJP has consistently used its foreign policy credentials to bolster its domestic popularity, but the difference is mostly one of style rather than substance.
India Not Planning to Invite Ukraine to G20 Summit in September
By Ashok Sharma
Ukraine is not a G-20 member, but President Volodymyr Zelenskyy was invited to participate in last year's G-20 summit in Bali, Indonesia.
Why Did China and India Support a UN Resolution Acknowledging ‘Russian Aggression Against Ukraine’?
By Syed Basim Raza and Ureeda Khan
China and India have consistently abstained from taking a strong stand on the Ukraine invasion. What explains their latest U.N. vote?
The Ukraine War: The View from South Asia
By Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty
Joe Wallen and Tushar Shetty tackle one of the world's greatest geopolitical conflicts, the Ukraine War, from a South Asian perspective.
India Can Bridge the US-Russia Divide Over Ukraine, If It Chooses
By Derek Grossman
No country is as well-positioned as India to mediate between Moscow and Washington, and bring the Ukraine conflict to an end.
For India, There’s No Escaping Ukraine at the G20
By Mohamed Zeeshan
India's hope to avoid the Ukraine issue during its G-20 presidency has proved immensely naïve.
G20 Talks End in India With No Consensus on Ukraine War
By Matthew Lee
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the meeting by warning that "multilateralism is in crisis today."
Russia Ties Will Not Impede India’s Growing US Partnership
By Aparna Pande
The U.S. not only needs India in the Indo-Pacific, but would also like India to play a larger role in South, Central, and Southeast Asia.
India’s Strategic Autonomy Does Not Mean Unilateralism
By Priyanka Chaturvedi
India’s cooperation with Europe will prove crucial for solving the global challenges ahead.
How India Influences the Quad
By Akshay Ranade
From its stance on Russia to the tilt toward non-traditional security and public goods, India’s fingerprints on the Quad agenda are clear.
How the War in Ukraine is Accelerating India’s Desire for Tech Autonomy
By Tobias Scholz
Uneasy with both Russia’s invasion and Western sanctions, India is even more convinced that it must diversify its technology partnerships and develop more homegrown capabilities.
Was Bucha a Turning Point for India’s TV News Channels?
By Sribala Subramanian
As graphic reports of bodies lying on the streets of Bucha began airing in early April, some of India’s leading anchors and correspondents turned sharply critical of Russia.