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The stability of the Indo-Pacific will depend in large part on the dynamics that shape relations among four states: China, India, Japan, and the United States.
The tone of disinterest in Asian defense diplomacy, set by former Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony during the UPA years, appears to continue under the Narendra Modi government.
A new French initiative at the United Nations aims to break the deadlock and accelerate progress toward a lasting solution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Non-government organizations have become “undesirable” in Russia, along with Russian experts and specialists. In fact, they are not undesirable for Russia, which actually needs them very badly, but undesirable for the current regime. Русский
Presidency of the BRICS will allow Moscow to position itself as a participant of an association that offers an alternative to the global world order, and the grouping’s summit in Ufa will give the Russian government an opportunity to present the country as a leader of the non-Western world.
Modi’s government still has time to live up to the moment and its unique mandate, but this requires resolving five central tensions.
Modi’s diplomatic activism in India’s neighboring countries has generated praise, but a closer examination of his foreign policy reveals a large degree of continuity with his predecessors’ international relations.
Youth unemployment in the Middle East is among the highest in the world but it remains an inadequate explanation for radicalization.
A year into Modi’s prime ministership, relations between India and Pakistan are in many ways unchanged, but the role Pakistan plays in India’s broader foreign policy has been evolving and is increasingly complex.
Narendra Modi’s greatest momentum has been in foreign policy. But the external opportunities he has successfully created for India could be undermined by potential domestic failures.
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