Modi’s Visit to Israel and Indian-Israeli Relations
Politics,South Asia
By Tridivesh Singh Maini - 28 Jun 2017

Modi’s Visit to Israel and Indian-Israeli Relations

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel in July 2017, in a year which marks the 25th anniversary of Indian-Israeli ties, is probably amongst his most important so far. The India-Israel FTA may move forward during Modi’s visit.
GCC Rift Eases India’s Arab Muslim Headaches, At Least For Now
Politics,Security,South Asia

By Aditi Bhaduri - 21 Jun 2017

GCC Rift Eases India’s Arab Muslim Headaches, At Least For Now

India, Nepal and the Belt and Road Initiative: A Triangular Analysis
Economy,China,South Asia

By Rishi Gupta - 05 Jun 2017

India, Nepal and the Belt and Road Initiative: A Triangular Analysis

New Measures to Lessen Negative Aspects of Belt and Road Initiative
Economy,South Asia

New Measures to Lessen Negative Aspects of Belt and Road Initiative

India, a notable absence from the BRI, raised the issues that the projects do not follow internationally-recognized norms of good governance, rule of law, openness, transparency, and equality.  
Great Power Rivalry in Afghanistan: Challenges for India
Politics,South Asia

Great Power Rivalry in Afghanistan: Challenges for India

During the recent visit of US National Security Advisor Herbert McMaster to South Asia, he had stated that “the best way to pursue Pakistan’s interests in Afghanistan and elsewhere is through the use of diplomacy, and not through the use of proxies that engage in violence.”
India-Iran Ties: Economic and Strategic Significances
Economy,South Asia

India-Iran Ties: Economic and Strategic Significances

India’s relationship with Iran is important for a myriad of economic and strategic reasons. Firstly, India is amongst the largest importers of oil, second after China, from Iran. Secondly, India is helping Iran in the development of Chabahar Port.
The Pakistan Factor in India-Turkey Relations
Politics,South Asia

The Pakistan Factor in India-Turkey Relations

Although India and Turkey have enjoyed civilizational and geo-cultural relations since recorded history, the relations between both countries have been paralyzed due to the Pakistan factor in the post-colonial era.
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The Trump Administration’s South Asia Policy
Politics,South Asia

The Trump Administration’s South Asia Policy

With the completion of the power transition in Washington DC, the Trump administration is adopting a more assertive and muscular regional policy to fill the diplomatic void and power vacuum created in South Asia during the 2016 US presidential election.  
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Three Recent State Visits and India’s Act East Policy
Economy,South Asia

Three Recent State Visits and India’s Act East Policy

Recently, there have been three significant state visits to India by Malaysian PM Najib Razak, Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina, and Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull. All three countries are vital players in what the Modi Government has dubbed as India’s “Act East Policy.”
The Murder of Mashal Khan and its Implications for the CPEC
Economy,Security,South Asia

The Murder of Mashal Khan and its Implications for the CPEC

The recent lynching of a university student in Pakistan who had been falsely accused of blasphemy highlights the fact that terrorist and separatist violence are not the sole security threats facing the successful completion of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Countering Violent Extremism in Pakistan
Security,South Asia

Countering Violent Extremism in Pakistan

Terrorist networks can recover from territorial setbacks, infrastructural damage, and manpower losses, but ideological de-legitimization neutralizes their popular appeal. The Pakistani government must challenge the militants in the realm of ideas as well.
By Abdul Basit - 18 Apr 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
On CPEC, India Should Be Tough but Not Rigid
Economy,South Asia

On CPEC, India Should Be Tough but Not Rigid

India’s key challenge is to come up with a rational response to CPEC, and not allow any one strand to influence its approach towards this project, which seeks to connect Kashgar in Xinjiang with Gwadar in Balochistan.
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