The problem extends well beyond coal supplies.
Major powers view the ocean as three regions, but that outdated understanding hinders their ability to assess its strategic importance.
It threatens to upend domestic and global markets already struggling with the fallout from the pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
How can one explain the government’s obstinacy? It’s something that dates back to 1950. Among the few things that keep Hindu Dalits from converting is that they retain the benefits of reservation.
In part two of our conversation with Ashley J. Tellis, we discussed opportunities for the United States and India to expand their relationship through greater cooperation on trade, technology, and security.
A trend in twenty-first century politics is the rise of populist and authoritarian leaders, including in so-called democratic countries. From reassurance to intimidation, the world's strongmen share many characteristics and tactics.
As Russia’s war in Ukraine unfolds, India’s national interests have so far dictated a position of formal neutrality. Here are the factors New Delhi faces in balancing its foreign policy priorities.
Washington’s decision to voluntarily refrain from destructive, direct-ascent anti-satellite weapons tests opens new pathways to promoting norms of responsible behavior in space.
A conversation on India’s strategic calculus around its relations with Russia amid the Russia-Ukraine war.
In part one of our conversation with Ashley, we discussed India’s strategic calculus around its relations with Russia amid the Russia-Ukraine war. We also discussed the role of India’s tensions with China, and how the White House views India’s Russia ties.