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India and Multi-Alignment: Having One’s Cake and Eating It Too
The evolution of India’s foreign policy from non-alignment to multi-alignment has yielded dividends, writes Joanne Lin. The question is whether New Delhi can continue to 'straddle all sides and sit on the fence on key issues'.
China, Russia and India: The Great Power Game in Asia
While the warming China-Russia partnership poses challenges for the Western-led international order, India faces its own dilemmas in how to handle relations between an old rival and an old friend, write Arun Sahgal and Anshita Shukla.
The Indian Diaspora Has Arrived
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s political ascent is the latest example of a person of Indian heritage rising to global prominence. Ironically, the values and traits that have allowed Sunak and others like him to thrive in the West are the ones that the BJP government now seeks to suppress writes Shashi Tharoor.
Modi's Summit Win
While the focus of last week’s Shanghai Cooperation Organization meeting was on China and Russia, it was India’s Prime Minister Modi that was the quiet winner, writes John McCarthy.
India's Long Infatuation with Russia Must End
A weakened Russia is at at best an ineffective ally for India and at worst a liability, writes Shashi Tharoor.