A Biden led US Foreign Policy: What to expect from the Stalwart?
Joe Biden’s prudence in foreign policy and his views make him an “internationalist’’ who as the next President of the United States with a team of shrewd professionals would reject protectionism and isolationism and make endeavours to make America able to “lead again.”
Malabar Exercise 2020: Building Greater Synergy in the Quad
The pronouncement of the Quad has perhaps been one of the most significant geopolitical developments in recent times and has given rise to a number of speculations and assessments pertaining to its future.
Kra Canal: White Elephant or Dragon’s Web
If Indian analysis is proven correct, there will be a costly “White Elephant” administered by China in the Gulf of Thailand. If China’s goal of constructing an alternative maritime trade route and resolving the “Malacca Dilemma” succeeds, it will be the expansion of the “Dragon’s Web” in the region.
India and the United States under Biden’s Administration
Biden’s Administration will make a serious attempt to understand the emerging significance of India in managing world affairs. Their approach towards internal affairs of India would require to be given a new look. India has emerged as a part of the solution needed to be understood in a broader context by Biden-Harris team. The elevation of India’s status and the growing acknowledgement that India is a responsible player will certainly be featuring in strategic planning of the United States.
Why Biden Won?: A Preliminary Analysis
Joe Biden ultimately prevailed the slug-fest of 2020 race and now it is up to Biden and his team to set the policy agenda and present the blueprint for governance which will put the United States in the front gear in the coming years
RCEP: Strategic Overtones of an Economic Pact
While the RCEP would probably not be able to repair the damage done by the US-China trade war for Beijing, its strategic benefits in terms of boosting China’s influence across the Indo-Pacific adds a new dimension to the current ties between the US and China and thereby also on the entire global world order.
The ‘Kamala Harris’ Dimension in Indo-US Relations under Biden Administration
The presumptions over Kamala Harris’ views on India and the speculations over India-US relations during a Biden administration have gained considerable momentum. A debate has emerged among policymakers, academicians, Indian American community, and the general public in India.
The ‘2+2’ and New Heights in Indo-US Partnership
The third India-US ‘2+2’ Dialogue involving the Foreign and Defence Ministries of the two countries came at a juncture when a significant churning is underway regarding how India as well the United States will deal with their respective and rather combined China challenge.
The 2020 US Elections: Stakes for India
The 2020 US Presidential elections matters for India not just because the Indian American voters in the US is an ever-growing community having a significantly identifiable group behaviour in voting – overwhelming support for the Democrats; but also because US relationship is the most important of India’s bilateral ties, having assumed a different meaning recent due to India’s growing tension with Beijing.
Rise of Populism and Emerging Challenges to Globalisation
Populism & Globalisation are familiar concepts. This paper intends to analyse how Populism has figured in recent discourses and to look at the reasons for its rise and how Globalisation is facing challenges in current times.
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