India and the Red Sea Imbroglio
By Anil Golani and Radhey Tambi
India, with its traditionally close ties with Iran and its increasing influence in the region, may have a role to play in alleviating the present crisis.
What Does China Think About India’s Increased Anti-Piracy Patrols Amid the Red Sea Crisis?
By Andrew Orchard
India has deployed a beefed-up naval presence to the western Indian Ocean in response to threats to global shipping. China is not happy about it.
China in the Red Sea: Beijing’s Houthi Connection
By Barbara Kelemen
China’s response to the crisis in the Red Sea demonstrates both the existence and limitation of its relationship with the Houthis.
With Global Shipping on the Line, China Says It’s ‘Deeply Concerned’ by Tensions in the Red Sea
By Associated Press
A spokesperson said that China is “deeply concerned about the recent escalation of the Red Sea situation,” but did not mention the Houthis by name.
Making Sense of India’s Muted Response to the Red Sea Crisis
By Rushali Saha
India’s supposedly passive response is characteristic of New Delhi’s tightrope balance between Iran and the United States.
China’s Response to the Houthi Attacks in the Red Sea
By Mordechai Chaziza
A complex interplay of economic factors, limited military capabilities, and geopolitical dynamics shape China’s cautious response to the Red Sea crisis.
Why Is Sri Lanka Joining US-led Patrols in the Red Sea?
By Uditha Devapriya
The decision to deploy vessels to the Red Sea has turned the Sri Lankan Navy into an active participant in the tensions mushrooming in the region.
Singapore Says It Will Join US-Led Red Sea Operation
By Sebastian Strangio
The commitment is consistent with the city-state's long commitment to norms and rules supporting unimpeded global trade.