foreign policy

India at the UN: Principles vs Pragmatism

TP Sreenivasan

New Delhi will need to keep balancing its interests against the wishes of its friends

Jaishankar’s Moscow Mission

India’s salience as an economic beacon and its pragmatic diplomacy have forged a new relevance for New Delhi on the international stage

The Rediscovery of India

Modi has shown the country how to dream big and believe in itself and that there is no contradiction between owning an ancient civilisational heritage and becoming a 21st century technological power

Heavy Mettle

India’s geopolitical options have expanded despite Ukraine

Decolonising the Mind

Narendra Modi has given Indians their confidence back

Political Power

The end of bipartisan consensus on Indian foreign policy?

Curzonian Foreign Policy

Curzon’s strategic vision is slowly finding a place in India’s foreign policy objectives

Naftali Bennett: The Observant Prime Minister

Israel’s new leader has to be many things he is not

What Makes Foreign Ministers Tick

From the long-serving Andrei Gromyko to the era-defining Henry Kissinger, it has been a job unlike any other

A New Uncertainty

The momentum towards deeper US-India strategic collaboration could slow if Joe Biden’s foreign policy returns to an accommodationist approach towards China


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