India has not addressed the influx of refugees and illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. It’s time for that to change.
New Delhi’s renewed efforts to persuade Beijing to change its mind on India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group membership should be an extraordinary exercise in realpolitik that is well worth watching.
India must immediately signal strong solidarity with Britain and Europe, both of whom are likely to be weakened in the near term.
Dominant castes in India resent reservations, while official Other Backward Classes feel that they haven’t fully benefited from the system. Despite its flaws, though, there is no visible alternative.
The introduction of autonomous weapons will profoundly change the nature of war and will also affect the understanding of laws of war. India is uniquely placed to take a lead in the global discussion about this issue.
India’s Nuclear Suppliers Group diplomacy reveals a new level of self-assurance that can explore the space for accommodation in all directions.
There could be a lot of support in South Asia and in the Middle East for a more constructive, more positive Japanese role.
Animated by the reality of shared values and increasingly convergent interests, Modi seeks a robust fraternity with Washington, which enhances Indian power.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi consolidates the strategic partnership with the United States, critics and doubters have questions about the cost of becoming real friends with America.
Hindutva has now reached in a significant manner areas where, till then, it was politically marginal.