Is Strategic Autonomy a Boon or Burden for India?
By Chietigj Bajpaee
In the emerging global order, is India’s hewing to “strategic autonomy” more trouble than it’s worth?
Finding Strategic Autonomy in the Quad: India’s Trial by Fire
By Monish Tourangbam and Anupama Vijayakumar
In New Delhi’s pursuit of influence in the Indo-Pacific, the flexibility and traction accorded by the practice of strategic autonomy will be its guiding north star.
Is There an Indian Way of Foreign Policy? The Country’s Foreign Minister Thinks So
By Abhijnan Rej
External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar was speaking at the launch of his new book.
India’s Leadership in the WHO: What To (and What Not To) Expect
By Roger C. Liu
How much India is willing to join hands with the West and further pressure China on COVID-19 can determine the course of events.
The One Speech That Explains India’s New Strategic Thinking
By Arjun Subramaniam
India’s external affairs minister has laid out clearly and cogently a set of guiding principles of Indian foreign policy.
What Shapes India’s View on the Quad?
By Ameya Pratap Singh
Assessing the logic of alliances outside of the West.
Can the New China-India Thaw Last?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Despite India’s recent seeking of friendlier ties with Beijing, the future prospects for relations remain uncertain.