November 18, 2011
India is no U.S. Pawn
Some U.S. policy makers simply see ties with India as a way of countering China. It’s a misguided approach.
September 04, 2011
Demographics Is Not Destiny
Who will win the Sino-Indian great game? There are plenty of important factors, but is demographics one of them?
August 27, 2011
India's New Strike Corps
India’s army announces plans for a new strike corps aimed specifically at attacking targets in China.
April 14, 2011
Folly of an Indian Nuclear Shift
Whatever the headlines over Pakistan’s nuclear build-up, India should stick to its no-first-use policy on nuclear weapons.
March 22, 2011
Is China Backing Indian Insurgents?
The arrest in January of a Chinese spy who allegedly met insurgents in the northeast of the country may suggest a broader effort to destabilize India.
January 26, 2011
Brazil’s Canny Asia Game
Former Brazilian President Lula da Silva oversaw a period of growing influence in the Asia-Pacific. Will his successor follow suit?
January 25, 2011
India’s Doctrinal Shift?
The Indian Army is undertaking its first strategic transformation in more than two decades. And it has its sights firmly on China.
January 04, 2011
China’s Money Diplomacy Hits Limit
China has so far relied on appeals to economic interests in its dealings with other countries. It’s time for some more rounded diplomacy.
December 20, 2010
Wen’s Stabilizing India Trip
With strategic tensions between China and India still high, it’s not surprising Wen Jiabao chose to focus on trade issues instead.
December 20, 2010
Why South Asia Loves Peacekeeping
Bangladesh, India and Pakistan are all big contributors to UN missions. But there’s more to it than just international goodwill.
December 16, 2010
India’s Foreign Policy Tightrope
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao is in India for a high-profile visit. But the real clues to regional relations came last month.
December 06, 2010
When WikiLeaks Meets US Policy
Barack Obama’s recent trip to Asia was a disaster for US interests. Either his team is incompetent or there’s something they’re not telling us.