India

BIMSTEC: India’s alternative to SAARC India’s interest towards the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) has been increased in recent years as the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has become an ineffective regional ...

India’s Soft Power: An Assessment Post World War Two, The USSR and USA emerged as super-powers who later formed their respective military alliances and pitched against one another; the Soviets, having realized the potential of ‘Soft Power’ employed a substantially ...

On 26th of July a significant event unfolded in Pakistan, perhaps one of the most politically volatile countries in South Asia. Imran Khan emerged victorious amid the allegations of pre-poll rigging by Pakistan’s military establishment. Later in the evening, in ...

BACKGROUND   In the case of Pakistan, Bangladesh and India, conflict and religion have shaped foreign policy, and you’ll see how.  In 1905, the British found the then Bengal presidency in India to be a very difficult province to manage ...

World politics is subject to new order. Enemies in yore are now friends and vice Versa. India, friend of Muscovites, is now hooking up with Americans. Iran, a once first-rate friend of ours, is now foaming against our country. Russia, ...

Indian Foreign Policy runs through the engine of need of the hour and ability to control global issues with in-hand solutions. As George Modelski once said – ‘Foreign policy is the system of activities evolved by communities for changing the ...

On 26th of July a significant event unfolded in Pakistan, perhaps one of the most politically volatile countries in South Asia. Imran Khan emerged victorious amid the allegations of pre-poll rigging by Pakistan’s military establishment. Later in the evening, in ...

Who are the strongest countries in Asia ? Asia has become over the years the most important region of the World for the US but also for the entire West.  Asia has about 60 percent of the world’s population with ...

The diplomatic lives of these two leaders are somewhat neatly separated by the Second World War and the accompanying international order. They never met personally, although a series of letters which Smuts called ‘paper bombs’ passed between them after the ...

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the global stage as a phenomenon that gripped India with approval ratings that have surpassed most Indian and international political figures. The rhetoric and ideology he espouses, however, pose a much more profound threat ...