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Is India Finally Waking Up to a New Reality in Western Myanmar?

Is India Finally Waking Up to a New Reality in Western Myanmar?

By Angshuman Choudhury
An Indian delegation met a delegation of the Arakan Army recently. Does it signal a shift in India’s approach to Myanmar?

Indian Foreign Policy in an Election Year

Indian Foreign Policy in an Election Year

By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr.
In his latest book, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar shows that his thinking on statecraft has progressed in significant ways.
A True Middle Kingdom: Why Is India’s Foreign Policy So Stable?

A True Middle Kingdom: Why Is India’s Foreign Policy So Stable?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The Indian opposition is unlikely to change New Delhi’s approach to Russia if it comes to power.

India’s Hindu Nationalists Hate Gandhi But Struggle to Ignore Him

India’s Hindu Nationalists Hate Gandhi But Struggle to Ignore Him

By Mohamed Zeeshan
The soft power appeal of the Mahatma’s commitment to non-violence and secularism has come in handy for the Modi government’s diplomatic outreach.

The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy

The Advantages and Pitfalls of India’s Multidirectional Foreign Policy

By Monish Tourangbam
India’s rising capabilities and growing voice in global affairs are significant, but its ability to shape the contours of the international system in its image remains circumscribed.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

A Constant Game of Outmaneuvering: New Indian Texts on the Relevance of ‘Arthashastra’

A Constant Game of Outmaneuvering: New Indian Texts on the Relevance of ‘Arthashastra’

By Krzysztof Iwanek
“Arthashastra” shows how governance can be described through non-Western notions and that certain rules of politics are eternal.

The Disengagement at Pangong Lake: What Happens Now Between India and China?

The Disengagement at Pangong Lake: What Happens Now Between India and China?

By Ankit Panda
The two sides initiated a disengagement along the banks of Pangong Lake in Eastern Ladakh. What happens next?
Is India Being Swiped Left by Britain? Could Others Follow?

Is India Being Swiped Left by Britain? Could Others Follow?

By Abhijnan Rej
A recent paper by a British think tank head, and ensuing commentary, once again leads to key questions about the implicit assumptions driving Indian foreign policy.

India Does Not Follow ‘Arthashastra’ in Its Foreign Policy

India Does Not Follow ‘Arthashastra’ in Its Foreign Policy

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Some believe that Indians “must” follow Kautilya, but not that Western strategy must follow Machiavelli.

Online Hate Speech Is a Challenge for India’s Foreign Policy

Online Hate Speech Is a Challenge for India’s Foreign Policy

By Parama Sinha Palit
Hate content on Facebook amplifies India’s growing illiberal tendencies, denting the country’s global reputation.

Jaswant Singh and George Nathaniel Curzon: The Minister and the Viceroy

Jaswant Singh and George Nathaniel Curzon: The Minister and the Viceroy

By Abhijnan Rej
Exploring the legacy of India’s former External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh -- and the role of a long-dead British viceroy in it.
Jaishankar’s Six Needles: Indian Foreign Policy ‘The India Way’

Jaishankar’s Six Needles: Indian Foreign Policy ‘The India Way’

By Krzysztof Iwanek
What does a new book from India’s minister of external affairs tell us of his vision of foreign policy?

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