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India’s Renewed Embrace of the Non-Aligned Movement
May 11, 2020

India’s Renewed Embrace of the Non-Aligned Movement

By Ashutosh Nagda
Prime Minister Modi’s participation at the NAM virtual summit hints at a tactical shift in his foreign policy.

Malaysia’s Seemingly Chaotic Foreign Policy Choices Make Strategic Sense
June 12, 2019

Malaysia’s Seemingly Chaotic Foreign Policy Choices Make Strategic Sense

By Adam Leong Kok Wey
Malaysia is sticking with its Cold War-era strategy of selective alignment and strategic ambiguity.
Non-Aligned Amid Great Power Rivalry? The Case of Papua New Guinea
November 08, 2018

Non-Aligned Amid Great Power Rivalry? The Case of Papua New Guinea

By Patrick Kaiku
A joint base with Australia may tip PNG away from its critical non-aligned balance in the Pacific.

The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
November 23, 2016

The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott

By Kate Sullivan de Estrada and Patrick Quinton-Brown
Why India's media was so ready to buy into the idea that Modi boycotted the Non-Aligned Summit.

Is a Silent India the Best India?
August 05, 2014

Is a Silent India the Best India?

By Arman Sidhu
India’s policy of non-interference will continue to serve it well in today’s volatile international climate.

Singh Heads to NAM Summit
August 28, 2012

Singh Heads to NAM Summit

Singh’s trip to Iran, as well his itinerary there, is bound to upset the United States.

India's 'Realist' Iran Policy
August 27, 2012

India's 'Realist' Iran Policy

“India’s readiness to work with Iran stems from careful, hard-nosed calculations of what it deems to be in its vital interests.”

India's Overlooked Friend
December 20, 2011

India's Overlooked Friend

Much ink has been spilled over India’s strategic ties with Burma and Vietnam. Indonesia shouldn’t be forgotten.

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