Experts’ Column

From January 2020, Vietnam will be the Chairman of ASEAN. This commentary reflects on important questions like, how have global and regional developments affected the Chairmanship of Vietnam? What roles will Vietnam play? How Vietnam…

The Mamallapuram summit between Prime Minister Modi and President Xi comes in a context different from that of the Wuhan summit and will seek to build on the latter. The Wuhan summit was held in…

India is indeed a prominent pole of the multipolar world order. In its pursuit to create space to practice strategic autonomy through the policy of multialignment, India has to find new ways of conceiving power…

BRI’s CPEC serves strategic and geopolitical interests rather than economic ones. Secondly, the BRI and especially the CPEC, presents a growing military dimension.

On September 28, the sidelines of the UN General Assembly annual session saw, amongst a multitude of other meetings, the much-anticipated meeting to upgrade the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue – also known as Quadrilateral of democracies…

A solution to the problems created by the North Korean nuclear missile programme is nowhere in sight either in the near or the medium term. This will surely continue to complicate the situation in the…

The Indians present in the Southeast Asian (SEA) countries became an important Diaspora after several hundred years of their settlement. This had also become a very important subject of discussion today, particularly when there was…

While broad-basing its inclusive approach in the Indo-Pacific from eastern shores of Africa to the western shores of America, India’s diplomacy has to keep a tab and carefully calibrate its South Asian neighbors’ changing tunes…

Indians living within and outside the geographical border would pride upon a strong and united India, the world’s largest ‘Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic’ where people celebrate unity in diversity and a country which since…