Experts’ Column

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…

The national security factor played a significant role in the BJP’s victory in the 2019 elections. National security was a significant consideration in 2019 elections, and it resonated with voters like never before.

With Manipur intending to open its border for both trade and movement of people from across the border, beginning of Mandalay-Imphal Bus Service and easing of Visa processing and people-to-people exchanges are expected to gain…

The India-Thailand relationship built over the centuries has become stronger in recent years. Both the countries acknowledge that India’s ‘Act East’ Policy (AEP) (2014) and Thailand’s ‘Look West Policy’ (1996) will help raise their relationship…

Despite a deliberate drum-beating to weaken nuclear deterrence in the subcontinent, the likelihood of the failure of nuclear deterrence is very bleak. Pakistan’s threat of use of nuclear weapons against India is only a propaganda…

While the US lead negotiator Zalmay Khalilzad has been busy opening different channels of communication with a number of stakeholders, there have been concerns of conceding too much to the Taliban, even before the peace…

Contrary to Pakistan’s expectations, Indian government’s decision to revoke special status of the state of Jammu & Kashmir, accorded under Art 370 and 35A of the constitution, did not elicit ‘angry’ reactions from the international…

The changed status of Kashmir has been opposed by Pakistan’s government, whereas it is purely India’s internal matter. India has clarified that it can resume talks with Pakistan only if it abandons cross border terrorism…