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'Neighbourhood first' in Nepal
Jun 12, 2017

'Neighbourhood first' in Nepal

India needs to help Prime Minister Deuba clear the way for elections under the new Constitution.

COVID19: An opportunity and challenge for ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy
Apr 18, 2020

COVID19: An opportunity and challenge for ‘Neighbourhood First’ policy

India has done well with its neighbours by not giving up on them in their own hour of crisis. Even while the nation was faced with exigencies of every

Reaffirming Dhaka's centrality in India's Neighbourhood First
May 21, 2024

Reaffirming Dhaka's centrality in India's Neighbourhood First

The Indian Foreign Secretary’s visit to Bangladesh is timely, as there is a need to re-affirm the India-Bangladesh partnership in the face of China�

Reviving ‘Neighbourhood First’
May 09, 2018

Reviving ‘Neighbourhood First’

India’s regional reset won’t be complete without a change in its Pakistan policy

A transformative moment
Mar 29, 2021

A transformative moment

India and Bangladesh, acting together, can drive South Asia’s economic and social progress

As China’s leverage increases, New Delhi has to reimagine its terms of engagement with neighbours
Apr 18, 2018

As China’s leverage increases, New Delhi has to reimagine its terms of engagement with neighbours

As China’s leverage increases, New Delhi has to reimagine its terms of engagement with neighbours

Bangladesh–India ties: Crossing a threshold
Mar 25, 2021

Bangladesh–India ties: Crossing a threshold

All ties need constant nurturing. Challenges old and new will constantly require resolution.

China 'stirring up' anti-India discourse in neighbourhood?
Dec 22, 2017

China 'stirring up' anti-India discourse in neighbourhood?

The new extra-regional player in China seems to want to provoke internal anti-India debates in individual South Asian nations.

COVID diplomacy and regional dynamics in Southern Asia
Apr 30, 2020

COVID diplomacy and regional dynamics in Southern Asia

Several Chinese provincial governments have taken the lead on COVID diplomacy in continental Southern Asia.

COVID-19: South Asian countries need a migrant worker-friendly disaster management policy
Apr 23, 2020

COVID-19: South Asian countries need a migrant worker-friendly disaster management policy

The recent incidents shed light on the desperation of the migrant labours in the South Asian countries that worsen during disasters like the present p

Delhi-Dhaka ties: India is doing well in the region
Aug 28, 2020

Delhi-Dhaka ties: India is doing well in the region

Don’t view India’s neighbourhood policy in terms of wins or losses. Focus on the structural imperatives

Factoring Assam in the India–Bangladesh relations
Mar 25, 2021

Factoring Assam in the India–Bangladesh relations

Bilateral ties and engagements between India and Bangladesh help in exploring many new windows of possibilities for Assam, ranging from trade and comm

For BIMSTEC to work, fix BBIN first
Aug 30, 2018

For BIMSTEC to work, fix BBIN first

As Prime Minister Modi prepares to signal India’s leadership role in Kathmandu, an analysis of India’s role in the MVA process will prove instruct

How PM Modi scored with COVIDiplomacy
Mar 17, 2020

How PM Modi scored with COVIDiplomacy

Disrupting conventional thinking, Prime Minister Modi held a video conference to fight Covid-19 with all SAARC leaders.

India under strain across South Asia
Aug 08, 2020

India under strain across South Asia

India’s regional relations are almost all in states of distress. That’s a big problem for New Delhi.

Is India 'indifferent' to Indian Ocean neighbourhood?
Dec 16, 2016

Is India 'indifferent' to Indian Ocean neighbourhood?

India has not turned a blind eye to the developments in its neighbourhood, nor has it stopped participating in events over there.

Is Katchchatheevu central to the India-Sri Lanka fishers’ issue?
Jul 11, 2024

Is Katchchatheevu central to the India-Sri Lanka fishers’ issue?

The recent death of the Sri Lankan sailor has revived the longstanding India-Sri Lanka fishers’ issue and the related Katchchatheevu issue

Maldives: Recalibrating India first policy?
Aug 24, 2016

Maldives: Recalibrating India first policy?

Maldives' Foreign Minister, Mohamed Asim said that the choice flowed from his nation’s India first policy.

Maldives: Why Yameen camp seeks Indian attention
Feb 03, 2021

Maldives: Why Yameen camp seeks Indian attention

The Opposition — PPM-PNC combine — has called upon New Delhi, along with Sri Lanka and Pakistan, to help obtain freedom for Yameen.

Migration, river management, radicalisation: What does the future hold for India-Bangladesh relations?
May 12, 2020

Migration, river management, radicalisation: What does the future hold for India-Bangladesh relations?

India and Bangladesh’s relationship has been growing steadily over the past few years, especially since Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina came to power in January 2009. In 2019, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the relationship as being in its “golden era (Sonali Adhyay).” Indeed, Bangladesh is at the centre of India’s flagship ‘Neighbourhood First’ and ‘Act East’ policies, and has been crucial in ensuring peace

Modi-Hasina virtual summit celebrating the bond
Dec 17, 2020

Modi-Hasina virtual summit celebrating the bond

The success of any high-level interaction between India and Bangladesh is always measured in the level of tangibles. The virtual summit will not be an

Nepal Distancing itself from India
Oct 14, 2019

Nepal Distancing itself from India

Nepal and India must work towards reducing their differences. Otherwise, the growing distance could prove counterproductive to the interests of both t

PM Modi’s New Year outreach to neighbours: What it means
Jan 24, 2020

PM Modi’s New Year outreach to neighbours: What it means

India is emphasising on promoting economic ties and connectivity in its neighbourhood.

President Ghani's India visit sends strong message to region
Sep 21, 2016

President Ghani's India visit sends strong message to region

President Ghani's visit to India marks a radical shift in the policy of Afganistan towards India and is a game-changer in South Asia.

Re-imagining the neighbourhood through subregional connectivity
Mar 25, 2020

Re-imagining the neighbourhood through subregional connectivity

Delhi has envisioned various subregions in and around the subcontinent. Re-integrating the subcontinent by re-discovering the old as well as building

Reimagining India-Nepal ties: The decade that was and the road ahead
May 21, 2024

Reimagining India-Nepal ties: The decade that was and the road ahead

As the current government in India completes its second stint in power, the timing is opportune to reflect on the trajectory that the bilateral relationship has taken up in the past decade

South Asia Weekly | Volume IX; Issue 45 | Soldiers surrender to Taliban
Nov 07, 2016

South Asia Weekly | Volume IX; Issue 45 | Soldiers surrender to Taliban

Afghan National Army soldiers in Oruzgan province surrendered and gave up their military base to the Taliban and other South Asian roundups

Suu Kyi focuses on neighbourhood diplomacy
Aug 22, 2016

Suu Kyi focuses on neighbourhood diplomacy

With her visit to China now, Suu Kyi has travelled to three of the five immediate neighbours of Myanmar.

Towards a unique digital South Asian identity
May 10, 2017

Towards a unique digital South Asian identity

Executed properly, Aadhaar could become a central pillar of India’s ‘neighbourhood first’ policy.

भारत - नेपाळ संबंध समजून घेताना: गेल्या दशकातील प्रगती आणि पुढील वाटचाल
May 29, 2024

भारत - नेपाळ संबंध समजून घेताना: गेल्या दशकातील प्रगती आणि पुढील वाटचाल

भारतातील सध्याच्या केंद्र सरकारची सत्तेतील दुसरी टर्म पुर्ण होत आहे. याच पार्श्वभुमीवर, गेल्या दशकात भारत व नेपाळ द्विपक्षीय संबंधामधील वाटचाल समजून घेण्याची ही योग्य �