New York Dreams: Kerala’s Subnational Diplomacy
By Biyon Sony Joseph and Schwn Cyril Sabu
Kerala's state leaders have been actively engaging foreign partners, but such visits can spark controversy at home.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Cheered by 20,000 Fans at Sydney Stadium
By Rick Rycroft and Rod McGuirk
Modi is the only leader of the Quad nations to continue with his visit to Australia after U.S. President Joe Biden pulled out of a planned meeting in Sydney.
What the US Tech Layoffs Mean for India
By Jagriti Gangopadhyay and Srijan Sengupta
Thousands of Indian IT professionals were hit by the layoffs. That could entice more Indian tech workers to stay in their homeland to work.
Religious Polarization in India Seeping into US Diaspora
By Deepa Bharath and Mariam Fam
Indian Americans from diverse faith backgrounds have peacefully lived side by side for several decades but that is now changing.
India’s Woeful Diaspora Policy
By Neeta Lal
The lack of a diaspora policy hampers India’s ability to help its migrants.
Indian Australians Fastest Growing Group in Australia
By Grant Wyeth
Since 2016 India has leapfrogged both New Zealand and China to become the third largest country of birth in Australia after Australia itself and the United Kingdom.
US Wing of India’s BJP Registers as a ‘Foreign Agent’
By Abhijnan Rej
In the recent years, India’s ruling party has aggressively used the diaspora to promote Modi’s often-controversial policies.
India’s Hopes for Kamala Harris
By Pranay Sharma
Her nomination as the Democrats’ vice presidential candidate evoked a wide range of emotions in an already polarized society.
‘One of Us’: South Asians Celebrate Harris as Biden’s VP Choice
By Associated Press
The first Indian American -- or, indeed, Asian American -- candidate on a U.S. presidential ticket has caused quite a stir.
What Can India Offer Africa?
By Christian Kurzydlowski
Amid a growing rivalry with China, how can India set its African engagement strategy apart?
Britain’s Kashmir Conundrum: Poetic Justice?
By Shairee Malhotra
The Kashmir question – a legacy of British imperialism -- is dividing Britain’s electorate ahead of crucial elections.
The Indian Diaspora’s Influence on the General Election
By Priyanka Mogul
British-Indians have been struck with election fever – but what impact does it have on the polls?