Experts’ Column

Amidst a flurry of government pronouncements, official papers and white papers by quite a few countries outlining their respective Indo-Pacific policy in the past few years, should India consider an official policy document outlining its…

Current Modi Governments’ insistence on propelling BIMSTEC as one of the foremost regional platforms to encourage conducive relations between member countries will find fruition only if certain logistical handicaps are overcome pertaining to its lack…

Are the people in power so deeply head-buried in the sand that they don’t see the demon knocking at their doors? Self-fulfilling prophesies will only take ego to the grave is a fact enunciated by…

There has been an increasing trend of mainstream media houses publishing overzealous news and even photoshopped photos and governments have struggled to contain the viral nature of misinformation, which in some cases has led to…

Cultures in both India and China need to be shared through a cultural exchange of youngsters between the two countries. This can help build further connection and communication among students from each country so as…

Modi 2.0 requires diversification and increase in the outreach of the programs that had been undertaken under Modi 1.0. One way of achieving this would be involving the local population who would actively work as…

What Russia need in Indo-Pacific is closer cooperation with India, which can perform the role of a “balancer” not a “disrupter” like China. 

India’s choice of partners in the Indo-Pacific region would present both opportunities and challenges, and how India pursues its policy of multi-alignment amid rising US-China tensions will define the early days of Modi 2.0 in…

Enhancing people-to-people exchange between China and India can help both countries to properly manage differences, expand common interests, boost cultural resonance, promote bilateral political and economic development and ensure healthy, steady and sound Sino-India relations.