The Idea of India—And a Transition Toward Violent, Exclusionary Nationalism
By Nazir Ahmad and Muneeb Yousuf
What the nation meant for Tagore, Gandhi, and Nehru differs from what it means for the BJP and RSS.
‘Good’ vs ‘Bad’ Nationalism in Asia
By Amitai Etzioni
The task of keeping nationalism civic, rather than aggressive and authoritarian.
Echoes of 1919
By Kan Kimura
A centenary year has significant implications for the region.
India's Supreme Court Has a Nationalist Moment
By Padmapriya Govindarajan
What was the Indian Supreme Court thinking?
Meet India's New Patriots and Nationalists, From Bollywood and Business
By Anuradha Sharma
"Nation comes first." A new euphemistic refrain emerges in India.
New Potus Brief: Getting US-China Relations Right
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Kaiser Kuo
A Noisy New Era of Bombs and Bravado
By Asit K. Biswas and Kris Hartley
The peace dividend is in jeopardy.
South Korea: Migrants and Nationalism
By Steven Denney
South Korea’s growing migrant population may be contributing to the decline of ethnic nationalism.
A Glimpse Into Chinese Nationalism
By Eric Fish
A new survey gauges popular support for actions on China’s maritime disputes, with some surprising results.
Time to Take the Russia-China Axis Seriously
By Ankit Panda
The current partnership between Russia and China is far from temporary.
Why China Might Beat the US in a Naval Clash
By Ankit Panda
Plus, Australia's position in the Asia-Pacific, the Chinese air force, and more. Mid-week links.
The Shangri-La Dialogue: Troublemaker or Peacemaker?
By Zheng Wang
How Asia’s premier security summit can return to the path of true dialogue.