Thursday, March 23, 2017

Donald Trump’s presidency and its implications for India

The assumption of office by US president-elect Donald Trump on Friday and his penchant for pursuing a disruptive agenda has aroused both interest and...

India needs to shift the Chinese discourse from security to partnership...

In the second round of The Dialogue Interviews, Founding Editor Kazim Rizvi sat down with sinologist Dr. B.R Deepak for an in-depth discussion on...

A more robust Asia policy expected?

Donald Trump has made it amply clear that the old rules of doing geopolitical business won’t apply in his administration. The question is: can...

Advancing strategic partnership is the key to Russia-Mongolia existing Relationship

Of late, bilateral relations between Russia and Mongolia have witnessed a sea change in terms of comprehensive cooperation in varied areas largely due to...

South Asia and Trump

No one can accurately predict the Trump Administration’s policy toward anything as of yet. However, with the government slowly taking shape, the predictions, expectations...

Gauging the Importance of China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor in ‘One Belt, One...

Ever since China unveiled its plans for two massive trade and infrastructure networks connecting Asia with Europe and Mediterranean through New Silk Road or...

Eurozone QE creates breathing space – here’s what governments must do...

The European Central Bank’s announcement of a potentially indefinite, albeit tapered, extension of its quantitative easing (QE) programme appears very different to what is...

Yunnan in the Belt and Road Calculus: Building capacities for sub-regional...

Right from the initiation of the Greater Mekong Sub-regional economic cooperation plan (GMS)  in 1992, the ‘Western Development Campaign’ initiated in the year 2000...

India should be prepared for more cross-border strikes

The sinister Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan and its underlings disturb law and order in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) on flimsy grounds. Recently,...

Acting East: what does 2017 hold in store?

An orthodox way of looking at India’s foreign policy is to see it as obsessed with “two-and-a-half countries”: United States, China and Pakistan. This...