India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi must stave off Chinese influence on Myanmar through trade, development assistance
The Modi government has much to look forward to in Myanmar, largely based on the significant amount of work it has already accomplished.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: From counter-insurgency ties to big investments, New Delhi must keep Sri Lanka warm to keep China at bay
India’s strategic autonomy in Sri Lanka will seriously be tested by the United States and – to a lesser extent – Japan.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: Imran Khan's offer for talks needs profound backing from China, Russia for serious consideration
The SCO summit probably provides India with an opportunity to assess how far China and Russia are willing to go in influencing Pakistan’s behaviour towards a more enduring engagement with India.
India's foreign policy for next 5 years: New Delhi should convey to US in no uncertain terms how importance of better ties hinges on favourable trade policies
There has been a growing realisation in Washington's policy circles that closer ties with India can make the US stronger once again in Asia where China has begun to flex its military muscles
India's foreign policy for next 5 years: Expanding bilateral ties with Bangladesh vital for New Delhi's 'Act East' targets
The biggest threat to ties between New Delhi and Dhaka isn't Beijing. Bangladesh has thus far managed an admirable balance between India and China, without giving either country the cold shoulder.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: Chumming up to US sure is beneficial for New Delhi but it can't ignore robustness of ties with Russia
Russian engines now power Chinese fighter aircraft, with the deal for Su-35’s and S-400 air defence system powering up the relationship.
India's foreign policy for the next 5 years: New Delhi should outrun obstructionist Pakistan in Central Asia and push for regional connectivity
Since Modi would attend the SCO summit in Bishkek in mid-June, his special bilateral meet with the chair of the SCO a fortnight before was a smart move to make India’s Central Asia outreach a success
India's foreign policy for next 5 years: Pakistan's economy may be poor, but jihadist nationalism is real danger
The Ministry of External Affairs has confirmed that Narendra Modi will not meet his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan on the sidelines of SCO summit.