Pragmatic approach and sustained border diplomacy could help Delhi remove apprehensions in Sri Lanka about economic cooperation with India
Delhi and Washington have common interests in Afghanistan. The challenge is to turn this into effective regional policy coordination
Strategic cooperation between India and Australia can contribute to the construction of a stable maritime order in the region
India, Bangladesh relations need reframing. Modi and Hasina can restore Bengal’s regional centrality
The first diplomatic encounter between the two presidents will set the tone for Asian geopolitics in the near term.
New Delhi is waking up to China’s growing relations with India’s neighbours.
PM Modi will need to change how different parts of government relate to each other and the world
Trump’s wavering over US commitments to Europe and changing geopolitics in Asia could push more countries to acquire atomic weapons
Indian Ocean regionalism will need India’s impetus, but Delhi does not seem up to the task
Foreign secretary level talks indicate that New Delhi and Beijing are on their way to resolving differences over India’s NSG membership
Like Russia and China, India should resist the temptation of ideological correctness and be realistic in engaging the American president.
India needs deeper engagement between politics, business, science to manage disruptions of new technologies, Trump presidency.
They could build the first of multiple middle power coalitions for regional resilience in Trump’s world.
Delhi must leverage its manpower advantage and the size of its market even as it limits the Trump administration’s immediate disruption.
The region is eager to see India return to its traditional role as a major economic and security partner
Despite a leadership vacuum in the post-Trump world, Beijing’s current unilateralism is likely to limit China’s global possibilities.
Trump’s USA may cooperate with Russia like never before, significantly altering global power equations.
India should reconsider its stated position of shared global interests with China in view of Beijing’s repeated rebuffs in international fora
Amidst this unusual jockeying, the White House reminded Donald Trump a few days ago that there is only one president at a time.
India has a trade surplus with America, which has ended its pro-Pakistan tilt and supports India’s membership of the UNSC and NSG. Washington...
The argument over the Dalai Lama is not new. But its gathering intensity could add to the turbulence in Sino-Indian relations.
India must facilitate investments in artificial intelligence and be prepared to address the negative fallouts of the technological revolution.
Centre and technology hubs need to reinvent their relationship to balance the twin imperatives of innovation and economic and social regulation.
The fusion of the cyber and the physical is transforming the global economic and security landscape. Delhi must begin to pay attention.
Government has rarely won the battle against the army in Pakistan. Delhi must be prepared to signal its support to civilian rule.
The Trump effect is likely to reconfigure the region’s politics
America is increasingly using AI in political campaigns, newsrooms and analyses, sparking a debate on efficiency versus social responsibility.
Vladimir Putin has been a talking point in US polls. Whoever wins, Russia-US tensions may deepen.