Bhutanese King’s Visit to India Spotlights Superpower Border Tensions
By Ladislav Charouz
Bhutan faces a Himalayan version of China’s salami slicing tactics – and concerns from India about Thimphu giving up too much.
India-Bhutan Ties Are Thriving
By Sumit Kumar
Bhutan has been a time-tested friend to India, but Delhi could do more to address Bhutanese concerns.
In December 2018, Two Important Neighborhood Relationships in the Spotlight for India
By Ankit Panda
This month, India will have an opportunity to define a new era in its relations with Bhutan and the Maldives.
In Bhutan, a Win for Australia's International Education Strategy
By Grant Wyeth
Bhutan’s incoming prime minister and foreign minister both hold degrees from Australian universities.
Can Bhutan’s New Government Avoid Doklam 2.0?
By Sudha Ramachandran
The balancing act between China, India, and Bhutan's own interests continues under a new PM.