Experts’ Column

National and international boundaries are living organisms that change with the changing times. Will it be so in case of Shaksgam Valley and CPEC?

The advent of multi polarity due to rise of India, Brazil and South Africa and replacement of Japan by China in the Asia-Pacific as a dominating and central force is not only bringing new geopolitical…

Migration has now become a matter of internal security, external relations, and high political interest. Migration flows – whether due to economic reasons or threat to persecution is at the highest and therefore have become…

When new power equations and configuration of powers are taking place in subservience to the Westphalia doctrine of territorial sovereignty, the collaboration between Japan and India on many issues in global politics, more particularly in…

Leaving behind the debate on assigning credits to the person who coined the Free and Open Indo-Pacific (FOIP) strategy, there is no doubt that the strategy is now incorporated as an official policy of Japan…

Unlike the US that renamed Pacific Command to Indo-Pacific Command with obvious military undertones, What is India’s endgame in Indo-Pacific?

If nations think of and are accustomed to defining their interests on the anvil of boundaries of state at the cost of or just indifferent and impervious to the interests of other people,  does this…

To counter Pakistan’s state-sponsored terrorism, India needs to evolve a long term, multi-pronged approach including political, economic, diplomatic, and strategic measures as well as strengthening its intelligence and surveillance to ensure India’s peace, security, and…

The Indo-Pacific has been and will remain important in the theatre of global politics as long as the local, regional, national and international issues of the region thrive and put challenges before the regional and…