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The Making of Brand Modi
April 01, 2021

The Making of Brand Modi

By Asim Ali
Narendra Modi has created one of the most powerful political brands in India’s history. But that centralization of power creates its own weaknesses.

US-India Relations: The Shift From Trump to Biden 
March 17, 2021

US-India Relations: The Shift From Trump to Biden 

By Emily Ashbridge
As Washington and Delhi seek stronger ties, three policy shifts underway in the Biden administration may limit cooperation.
The ‘Quad’ Summit: Delivering Value in the Indo-Pacific
March 17, 2021

The ‘Quad’ Summit: Delivering Value in the Indo-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
The meeting of the leaders of the four countries marks an important milestone in the development of the ‘Quad’ as a regional mechanism.

Has the Long Arm of the BJP’s Identity Politics Reached Australia?
March 10, 2021

Has the Long Arm of the BJP’s Identity Politics Reached Australia?

By Grant Wyeth
A group of Sikh men were attacked in a Sydney suburb by other Indian Australians. Police believe the attack is linked to the Sikh-led farmers' protests in India.

India Introduces New Rules to Regulate Online Content
February 26, 2021

India Introduces New Rules to Regulate Online Content

By Associated Press
The new regulations would require social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to swiftly erase content authorities deem unlawful.

India’s Protesting Farmers Aren’t Going Anywhere
January 20, 2021

India’s Protesting Farmers Aren’t Going Anywhere

By Sudha Ramachandran
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not a leader given to compromise. Has he finally met his match in India's farmers?

Connectivity Gaining Greater Currency in India-Bangladesh Relations
January 14, 2021

Connectivity Gaining Greater Currency in India-Bangladesh Relations

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Bangladesh has expressed interest in the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway, despite slow progress made to date.
South Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency
December 01, 2020

South Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency

By Ankit Panda
What should South Asian states expect from the United States under Joe Biden?

India’s Ruling Party Narrowly Wins in Bihar
November 12, 2020

India’s Ruling Party Narrowly Wins in Bihar

By Krzysztof Iwanek
What do the Bihar elections tell us about the direction of Indian national politics?

India’s Ruling National Democratic Alliance Is No Longer Quite ‘National’
October 08, 2020

India’s Ruling National Democratic Alliance Is No Longer Quite ‘National’

By Krzysztof Iwanek
India’s ruling party, the BJP, has hardly any alliances worth the name left – but it may manage without it.

India’s Illiberal Turn and the Indo-Pacific
October 03, 2020

India’s Illiberal Turn and the Indo-Pacific

By Ankit Panda
How will internal developments in India affect its foreign relations?
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.

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