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Growing Distance Between Delhi and Moscow
May 26, 2017

Growing Distance Between Delhi and Moscow

By Harsh V. Pant
India and Russia need to revitalize their bilateral relationship.
China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment’ Revisited
April 27, 2017

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment’ Revisited

By Nathan A. Sears
A year later, does the argument of reinforced U.S. hegemony hold up?

What Is Japan's Regional Threat Environment and Defense Strategy?
March 10, 2017

What Is Japan's Regional Threat Environment and Defense Strategy?

By Ankit Panda
How does Japan see its threat environment and what are its defense priorities?

4 Reasons Russia Increasingly Favors the Taliban in Afghanistan
February 14, 2017

4 Reasons Russia Increasingly Favors the Taliban in Afghanistan

By Hashim Wahdatyar
Moscow is aligning itself with the enemy of its enemy, the Taliban.

A Russian Volte Face on South Asia
January 23, 2017

A Russian Volte Face on South Asia

By Harsh V. Pant
Has Russia changed its tune on Afghanistan and Pakistan for good?
Why the India-Russia Relationship Works
December 16, 2016

Why the India-Russia Relationship Works

By Aparna Pande and Hannah Thoburn
What has kept this old friendship going, well into the early 21st century?

What Will a Kuril Islands Deal Between Russia and Japan Take?
November 07, 2016

What Will a Kuril Islands Deal Between Russia and Japan Take?

By Ankit Panda
Japan looks to incentivize Russian interest in a deal over the Kurils by laying out several economic initiatives.
Kuril Islands Dispute: Russia-Japan Joint Administration on the Table?
October 18, 2016

Kuril Islands Dispute: Russia-Japan Joint Administration on the Table?

By Ankit Panda
Japan denies that any talks for joint administration of the dispute island chain are underway with Russia.

Russia Wants to De-Hyphenate India and Pakistan. Should Delhi Worry?
September 27, 2016

Russia Wants to De-Hyphenate India and Pakistan. Should Delhi Worry?

By Umair Jamal
Moscow’s recent attempt to de-hyphenate its relations with Pakistan and India will only frustrate New Dehli.

Why Russia and Japan Can’t Solve the Kuril Islands Dispute
June 30, 2016

Why Russia and Japan Can’t Solve the Kuril Islands Dispute

By Sarah Lohschelder
The deadlock is rooted in the entrenched positions of both sides.

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment'
April 27, 2016

China, Russia, and the Long ‘Unipolar Moment'

By Nathan A. Sears
How balancing failures are actually extending U.S. hegemony.
Russia, India, China Address South China Sea in Trilateral Statement
April 21, 2016

Russia, India, China Address South China Sea in Trilateral Statement

By Ankit Panda
The statement cautions against the internationalization of the disputes.

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