Nilanthi Samaranayake on Indian Ocean Security Dynamics
By Sudha Ramachandran
"Non-traditional security cooperation can sometimes have unexpected traditional security outcomes.”
How the Colombo Security Conclave Can Avoid SAARC’s Fate
By Balachander Palanisamy
For the Colombo Security Conclave to succeed, China should be a non-issue.
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands: New Delhi’s Bulwark in the Indian Ocean
By Ashutosh S. Patki
As China expands its presence in the Indian Ocean region, India is investing billions in developing the strategically located island chain.
What Does Xi’s Myanmar Visit Mean for India’s China Anxieties?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The trip produced a mixed outlook for New Delhi’s perceptions of Beijing’s inroads in the wider Indo-Pacific.
Sri Lanka’s Strategy for Regional Security
By Barana Waidyatilake
As geopolitical competition intensifies in the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka’s best strategy is to stand for a rules-based order.
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
By Sanjay Kumar
A constitutional amendment in the Maldives has India worried about Chinese influence.
Why Washington Is Watching Modi’s Moves in the Indian Ocean
By Jhinuk Chowdhury
India perfectly fits into the role U.S. envisages it playing in the Indian Ocean – that of a net security provider.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi Prepares for an Indian Ocean Tour
By Ankit Panda
Modi will visit Mauritius, Sri Lanka, and the Seychelles. A planned visit to the Maldives has been cancelled.