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India and China Exchange Accusations About Gunfire as Window for Diplomacy Narrows
September 09, 2020

India and China Exchange Accusations About Gunfire as Window for Diplomacy Narrows

By Abhijnan Rej
The Indian and Chinese foreign ministers are scheduled to meet later this week in Moscow amid a dramatic turn in the four-month long Ladakh crisis.

What Can the Imbalance in the BJP’s National vs Regional Popularity Tell Us?
September 01, 2020

What Can the Imbalance in the BJP’s National vs Regional Popularity Tell Us?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The BJP supplies 55 percent of lawmakers in the federal Parliament but just 31.6 percent in state legislatures.
Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Strategic? Perhaps Not.
August 26, 2020

Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Strategic? Perhaps Not.

By Abhijnan Rej
Beijing’s BRI experience with Modi’s India shows a lack of feel for shifting sands.

India-Japan Defense Ties to Get a Boost With Modi-Abe Virtual Summit
August 20, 2020

India-Japan Defense Ties to Get a Boost With Modi-Abe Virtual Summit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Despite some disappointments on both sides, the India-Japan relationship looks set to further deepen in the face of an aggressive China.

Modi Lays Foundation of Hindu Temple at Razed Mosque Site
August 06, 2020

Modi Lays Foundation of Hindu Temple at Razed Mosque Site

By Associated Press
India’s prime minister attended the ground-breaking for a controversial temple built on the site of the demolished 16th century Babri mosque.

India’s Economic Growth Is Central to a Successful Free and Open Indo-Pacific
July 15, 2020

India’s Economic Growth Is Central to a Successful Free and Open Indo-Pacific

By Max Frost and Michael Sauer
Indian growth is key to countering Chinese aggression.

No, the ‘Self-Reliant India Campaign’ Is Not About Protectionism
June 23, 2020

No, the ‘Self-Reliant India Campaign’ Is Not About Protectionism

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The campaign is a mixture of an anti-crisis packet and a continuation of liberalization measures.
To Reform India, Modi 2.0 Needs to Remember Modi 1.0’s Agenda
June 11, 2020

To Reform India, Modi 2.0 Needs to Remember Modi 1.0’s Agenda

By Kriti Upadhyaya
The Modi government’s reform scorecard: a revived commitment to reforms is what the country needs.

India’s Foreign Policy in Modi 2.0’s First Year
June 08, 2020

India’s Foreign Policy in Modi 2.0’s First Year

By Rupakjyoti Borah
Challenges lie ahead for New Delhi as the Modi government looks to the future.

Tariffs and Digital Technology in Modi’s Self-Reliant India
June 05, 2020

Tariffs and Digital Technology in Modi’s Self-Reliant India

By Ameya Pratap Singh and Urvi Tembey
COVID-19 has ushered in a greater emphasis on domestic capacity building in Modi’s India.

India Expands Diplomatic Efforts Amid Border Standoff With China
June 05, 2020

India Expands Diplomatic Efforts Amid Border Standoff With China

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
New Delhi has been sending Beijing signals via its diplomatic interactions with the U.S., Taiwan, and Australia in recent weeks.
India Should Go Global to Defend Against China
June 02, 2020

India Should Go Global to Defend Against China

By Mohamed Zeeshan
To defend itself in the Himalayas, India should look away from its borders.

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