A China-US Thaw Would Be Both Good and Bad for India
By Mohamed Zeeshan
Despite sundry differences with India, so long as the United States needs to contain China, it will feel compelled to overlook problems in its ties with Delhi.
China Has a Huge Strategic Opening With India
By Mohamed Zeeshan
While differences between the U.S. and India have widened, Beijing and New Delhi have made similar statements on the Ukraine conflict.
Ukraine Crisis and Food Security in South Asia
By Osama Rizvi
Coming at a time when global food supply chains are already choked due to the pandemic, the Russian invasion of Ukraine will worsen an already dire food security situation.
India Unsure of Russian Arms to Meet China, Pakistan Threats
By Ashok Sharma
India’s S-400 missile system deal with Moscow has put it at risk of U.S. sanctions.
Preoccupation with Drawing Political Mileage Mars India’s Evacuation from Ukraine
By Tarushi Aswani
Evacuation of 20,000 of its nationals from a war zone is not easy. But India has evacuated far larger numbers more efficiently in the past.
Indian Students Caught in the Warzone in Ukraine
By Krutika Pathi and Sheikh Saaliq
Did India drag its feet on issuing an advisory to thousands of its nationals to leave the country?
Higher Oil Prices Push Sri Lanka Into Deeper Economic Crisis
By Krishan Francis
The dire foreign exchange crisis has worsened with the crisis in eastern Europe. Russia and Ukraine are important markets for Sri Lankan tea and tourism.
Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for Nepal
By Santosh Sharma Poudel
Ukraine’s fate serves as a reminder to small powers that they must walk a fine line between protecting their sovereignty and showing "strategic empathy" towards the interests of major powers.
Ukraine Invasion Prompts Tepid Response From South Asia
By B. Z. Khasru
Pakistan’s prime minister was in Russia as the invasion began; India and Bangladesh have similarly refrained from criticizing Moscow.
India’s ‘Neutrality’ on the Ukraine Conflict Could Hurt It in the Long Run
By Sudha Ramachandran
New Delhi has been silent on Russia’s actions in Ukraine so far.
How Will New Zealand Respond to Russia’s Ukraine Invasion?
By Geoffrey Miller
The lack of an autonomous sanctions regime will limit Wellington's options in the crisis.
Amid Ukraine Crisis, Japan Toughens Stance on Russia
By Thisanka Siripala
Japan’s sanctions on Russia could spell the end of previous efforts to resolve the long-standing territorial dispute.