The Rashtriya Swayamasevak Sangh, a paramilitary volunteer organization in India, no longer relies solely on grassroots growth. Its groundwork is now supplemented by statism.
What can be learned about China’s hypersonic boost-glide weapon program from flight tests, and the implications of the program for the security of the United States and our allies.
The shallow state is in many respects the antithesis of the deep state. It actively eschews experience, knowledge, relationships, insight, craft, special skills, tradition, and shared values and in fact celebrates its ignorance of and disdain for those things.
U.S. efforts have made a crucial difference in Africa during recent administrations. The new administration should continue this engagement.
The new U.S. administration needs to send strong signals to forces on all sides of the Libya conflict, as well as their foreign patrons, and make clear that a political settlement presents the only viable path out of the chaos.
South Korea’s ongoing political crisis is making it difficult to respond effectively to North Korean provocations.
In just a month, the tough-talking CEO has been pushed to the margins. Here is how a potentially strong secretary of state can salvage his term.
Rather than forging an alliance against the third corner of the triangle, China and Russia should join forces in building a new regional system at the time when the global order is in transition.
The Chinese underground music scene lives on social media—but not on the platforms the rest of the world uses
India must follow the lead of Russia and China and realistically engage with President Trump.
The breakup of the European Union into a collection of nation-states would lead to enormous instability.
Trump’s arrival in the White House has put the worsening U.S.-Russian confrontation on hold, for now.
Media reports about a rapprochement between Russia and the Taliban are not even close to reality. Moscow, however, has opened communication channels with the Afghan group, with an eye on protecting its own interests in the country.
China’s relationship with Africa is becoming increasingly more complex as the country continues to invest and send workers across 54 countries on the continent.
It has become accepted wisdom that Russia’s interference in the presidential campaign represents a fundamentally new sort of intrusion into a modern democracy’s inner workings. But the Kremlin’s efforts are a revival of Soviet covert behavior that dates back to the Cold War.
China might soon start construction of its first big breeder reactor, with questions remaining to answer on plant design, fuel, and the future direction of the country's fast reactor program.
If India is to become a major trading nation, it must adopt a positive trade policy agenda, adjust to global trade standards, and boost its manufacturing sector.
Large concentrations of capital into a single market can eventually lead to a debt crisis and rising unemployment, making large infrastructure investment a necessity in both the United States and Europe.
Kiev is pursuing a tried and tested approach to the conflict in eastern Ukraine: stalling for time. A political settlement is distant, despite speculation to the contrary.
By investing in innovative “DigiProcedures,” the Indian court system can provide more rapid resolutions to disputes.