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QUAD—A force for global good: India’s strategic imperatives
Nov 08, 2021

QUAD—A force for global good: India’s strategic imperatives

India’s assertion of the QUAD as a force for global good is expected to make an impact in establishing peace, economic prosperity, and geostrategic

RCEP: By opting out of it, India shows that now it fears the world
Nov 06, 2019

RCEP: By opting out of it, India shows that now it fears the world

PM Modi's decision not to join RCEP is an admission that even the prospect of joining a massive regional trade agreement isn't incentive enough for New Delhi to launch deep economic reforms.

RCEP: The best way forward for Modi's 'Act East' Policy
Jan 06, 2015

RCEP: The best way forward for Modi's 'Act East' Policy

In the light of the fact that India is not a member of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, it is important for the country to forge a deal in RCEP. In the current scenario, there have been increasing attempts by Indo-Pacific region members to voice growing concerns regarding Non Tariff barriers hindering trade prospects in the regional bloc.

Reading between the lines of President Kovind’s visit to Bangladesh
Dec 28, 2021

Reading between the lines of President Kovind’s visit to Bangladesh

The recent presidential visit to Bangladesh showcases the robust India-Bangladesh relations despite minor hiccups over the last couple of months.

Redder than red: The future of China
Mar 23, 2023

Redder than red: The future of China

With mounting pressure domestically and internationally, Xi might resort to a hyper-nationalistic path to deal with the legitimacy crisis

Reframing climate finance to amplify voices of SIDS
Jun 01, 2024

Reframing climate finance to amplify voices of SIDS

Immediate action is needed to rethink frameworks to prioritise vulnerability indices, increase resilience funding, and align climate finance with SIDS

Reinvigorating United States-Philippines Defence Partnership
Feb 06, 2023

Reinvigorating United States-Philippines Defence Partnership

The Philippines has decided to ramp up its defence ties with the US. How will this growing bonhomie impact Philippines-China relations remains to be s

Restoration of the Atlantic Alliance between the UK and US
Oct 05, 2021

Restoration of the Atlantic Alliance between the UK and US

After a tumultuous start with the new Biden administration over the Afghanistan crisis, the UK is back on track as it renews its alliance with the US

Return of allianzpolitik
Jul 24, 2023

Return of allianzpolitik

European bloc politics could well extend to the Indo-Pacific this time, with China in view

Reviving the old bonhomie: Assessing the next phase of North Korea-Russia ties
May 10, 2024

Reviving the old bonhomie: Assessing the next phase of North Korea-Russia ties

Factors like the rise of the Indo-Pacific as a theatre for great power competition and the Ukraine war have pushed Russia and North Korea closer toget

Ride the storm
Jun 05, 2024

Ride the storm

The multilateral order, built on the debris of the Second World War, is no longer fit to address this situation. Global institutions are missing in action just when they are needed the most

Rise of the minilaterals: Examining the India-France-Australia trilateral
Sep 18, 2020

Rise of the minilaterals: Examining the India-France-Australia trilateral

The India-France-Australia trilateral is only the latest of the many minilaterals that are taking shape in the Indo-Pacific region.

Rising India@76 exudes greater confidence to tackle China
Aug 15, 2023

Rising India@76 exudes greater confidence to tackle China

India at 76 is showcasing greater confidence to push back against Chinese designs by forging partnerships with like-minded countries

Roiling waters
Jun 29, 2022

Roiling waters

The battle lines in the Indo-Pacific are getting sharply defined

Russia, North Korea and the East Asian Security Order
Jul 08, 2024

Russia, North Korea and the East Asian Security Order

Putin’s recent visit to North Korea culminated in the signing of a Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, reflecting closer ties and a paradigm shift

Russia-Ukraine war: Is multipolarity the cause of crisis?
Apr 16, 2022

Russia-Ukraine war: Is multipolarity the cause of crisis?

Does multipolarity create more scope for conflicts and act as an impediment to global action or does it aid in conflict resolution and act as a harbin

SCO-RATS शिखर सम्मेलन: भारत की चिंताओं के निपटारे की आधी-अधूरी क़वायद
Jun 03, 2022

SCO-RATS शिखर सम्मेलन: भारत की चिंताओं के निपटारे की आधी-अधूरी क़वायद

SCO के सदस्य देशों को अपनी नाइत्तेफ़ाक़ियों और मतभेदों को �

Searching for a high note in the US⎯India maritime partnership
May 05, 2018

Searching for a high note in the US⎯India maritime partnership

The United States and India acknowledge the need for a shared vision of a peaceful and prosperous Indo⎯Pacific region. Even as they look for effective ways to further coordinate their naval activity, both partners recognise the need to sustain the progress that has already been achieved.

Seasoned faces who could aid the return of America
Dec 02, 2020

Seasoned faces who could aid the return of America

In line with his agenda of restoring America’s place in the world, Biden is banking on Obama-era liberal internationalists

Securing Sea Lines of Communication in Asia
Jul 17, 2023

Securing Sea Lines of Communication in Asia

The Sea Lines of Communication (SLOC) in the Indo-Pacific are a critical enabler of economic development and prosperity in the region but receive little policy attention. In an era of geopolitical contestation, with regional powers reluctant to exert military effort in preserving exclusive access in ‘contested’ spaces, joint military endeavours remain largely confined to non-traditional areas of security. The COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukr

Shinzo Abe and India:  A lasting legacy
Jul 08, 2022

Shinzo Abe and India:  A lasting legacy

Revisiting late Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s legacy on both domestic and international fronts.

Shinzo Abe: A statesman who saw the future
Jul 20, 2022

Shinzo Abe: A statesman who saw the future

Shinzo Abe’s astute policies on both international and domestic fronts have left an indelible impression on the world.

Shinzo Abe’s win will shape Asia’s future
Oct 26, 2017

Shinzo Abe’s win will shape Asia’s future

From envisioning a new security architecture for the Indo-Pacific region to seeing India’s potential as a key partner, he has shown great foresight

SIDS चा आवाज बुलंद करण्यासाठी हवामान वित्ताची पुनर्रचना करण्याची गरज!
Jun 14, 2024

SIDS चा आवाज बुलंद करण्यासाठी हवामान वित्ताची पुनर्रचना करण्याची गरज!

असुरक्षितता निर्देशांकांना प्राधान्य देण्यासाठी, लहान

Singapore’s approach towards telemedicine
Jan 14, 2022

Singapore’s approach towards telemedicine

The telemedicine sector is booming, however, a proper approach to regulate the sector, as seen in Singapore, is a prerequisite for it to work at scale

SITMEX: India-Singapore-Thailand complete second trilateral maritime exercises
Nov 30, 2020

SITMEX: India-Singapore-Thailand complete second trilateral maritime exercises

China’s growing economic might and its aggressive military posturing have provided India, Singapore and Thailand strategic rationale to combine their efforts.

Soft Kill’ or ‘Hard Kill’? The requirements for India’s space and counter-space capabilities
Nov 15, 2019

Soft Kill’ or ‘Hard Kill’? The requirements for India’s space and counter-space capabilities

Despite testing and confirming the acquisition of Kinetic Energy Weapons (KEW)—an integral part of strategic defence systems that are an alternative to nuclear warheads—India remains in need of a more robust military space programme. The country’s principal rival in the space military arena, China, has significantly more expansive and diverse capabilities. Although KEWs as part of its counter-space programme are not a panacea for India’s

South Korea and India: A perplexing partnership
Mar 16, 2023

South Korea and India: A perplexing partnership

As ROK and India commemorate the 50th anniversary of their ties, both countries need to move beyond the normative approach towards a robust bilateral

Southeast Asia’s choices: Economic, political, and geopolitical integration face complications
Dec 14, 2021

Southeast Asia’s choices: Economic, political, and geopolitical integration face complications

In light of the new developments in the Indo-Pacific region, heightened economic and political integration comes with multiple hurdles that will, in t

Sri Lanka and BIMSTEC in 2021
Jan 15, 2021

Sri Lanka and BIMSTEC in 2021

Sri Lanka should use the upcoming summit to move forward with its proposal to ensure that BIMSTEC maintains its momentum.

Sri Lanka, India and changing political dynamics
Sep 25, 2020

Sri Lanka, India and changing political dynamics

Zooming out and looking at South Asian geopolitics, India appears to be reaching out, repairing and resetting relations with several of its smaller ne

Sri Lanka’s rejection of the UNHRC resolution: A shift towards China?
Apr 01, 2021

Sri Lanka’s rejection of the UNHRC resolution: A shift towards China?

Sri Lanka’s foreign policy posture is to balance the US and China, being part of both BRI and the Indo-Pacific.

Stemming the tide: Towards a concerted South China Sea strategy?
Sep 02, 2020

Stemming the tide: Towards a concerted South China Sea strategy?

A more solid albeit gradual positioning appears to be taking shape, and it would be vital to not only bolster the policy approaches that are crystalli

Stepping stones: Is a Seoul-Tokyo rapprochement in the making?
May 26, 2023

Stepping stones: Is a Seoul-Tokyo rapprochement in the making?

The geopolitical realities are proving to be a strong catalyst for improved relations between Japan and South Korea

Strengthening the France-India Partnership
May 19, 2022

Strengthening the France-India Partnership

India and France, amid intensifying geopolitical trends in the Indo-Pacific region, are likely to build an even closer partnership.

Stress in Indo-US engagement?
Jul 31, 2019

Stress in Indo-US engagement?

With ever-expanding engagement, India and the United States develop their foreign policies, distinguishing priorities from irritants

Strong under Wong: Taking charge of Australia’s foreign policy
May 25, 2022

Strong under Wong: Taking charge of Australia’s foreign policy

Will the Australian foreign policy ship witness a change of course in its policies under new leadership?

Success of Modi’s ‘Act West’ policy opens doors to Gulf potential
Feb 16, 2018

Success of Modi’s ‘Act West’ policy opens doors to Gulf potential

Unlike the Indo-Pacific where the payoffs are limited, West Asia offers India vast energy resources that are vital for development and investment opportunities.