The farmers’ movement invites us to revisit the trajectory of India’s agriculture so as to understand its real problems.
China and India struggle to comprehend each other’s international ambitions. The misperceptions that follow lead to a lack of trust, border skirmishes, and potentially worse.
On contentious matters of economic policy, the Narendra Modi government has demonstrated a penchant for pursuing a shock-and-awe approach.
Pakistan’s release of Daniel Pearl's killers has done more damage to it under the Joe Biden administration than anything else and the U.S. supports India in its confrontation against China in Ladakh.
The India Way should be indispensable reading because it proves that the intersection of U.S. and Indian self-interest—with all its possibilities as well as its limits—remains the surest foundation on which to sustain the ongoing transformation of U.S.-Indian relations.
Dizzyingly enormous and varied in topography and culture, the Indian Ocean is critical to global trade, security, and geopolitics. As countries jostle for influence in its crowded waterways, how will the new power dynamics play out?
Expert on South Asia discusses the results of a survey on how Indian Americans view India.
From its inception in 1925, the RSS has always followed the same agenda. They have set up official and unofficial organizations and even gone into coalition politics, but the organization has continuously been run by an upper-caste elite.
The Indian Ocean is a common theater of interest for India, the United States and Europe.
People of Indian origin constitute one of the largest diasporas in the world, residing in at least 200 countries. The stock of Indian migrants has almost tripled over the past three decades, from 6.6 million in 1990 to 17.9 million in 2020.