India-China Face-off

Cashing in on a Coup, Beijing Style

Iqbal Chand Malhotra

A pro-Beijing government in Myanmar means India’s land gateway to Southeast Asia is likely to be nipped in the bud

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

Can’t Share Details of Missing Troops Along LAC: MoD

It is sensitive information, says ministry in response to a query on casualties in this year’s skirmishes along the India-China border

Mao Against Nehru

When the CIA came to India’s rescue in 1962

The Return of the Quad

Why Australia rejoining Malabar is significant

Putting Tibet Back in Focus

Historian Claude Arpi goes beyond the British and Chinese narratives to examine older ties between India and the region

The Jaishankar Doctrine

Rethinking India’s engagement with its enemies and friends

Winter is Coming

The psychological divide between the enemy lines

There Cannot Be Two Suns in One Sky

For China, exclusivity applies everywhere it chooses to go


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