Professor of Strategic Studies, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi
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The Sino-Indian Rivalry Is Reshaping Asia
By standing up to Chinese territorial encroachments, India has openly challenged Xi Jinping’s expansionism in a way that no other world power has done, writes Brahma Chellaney.
Biden's Faustian bargain with the Taliban
A year after the chaotic US withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Biden administration is striking a Faustian bargain with the Taliban even as the country turns into a breeding ground for international terrorism, narcotics trafficking, and mass migration, writes Brahma Chellaney.
The fall of the House of Rajapaksa
The crisis in Sri Lanka is a modern political parable - the display of people’s power serves as a warning to political dynasties from Asia to Latin America writes Brahma Chellaney.
The Quad at a crossroads
With Quad leaders due to meet on 24 May, Brahma Chellaney calls for the group to adopt a clearer strategic vision that includes greater economic cooperation — including increased trade among its members — and to cease underwriting the growth of Chinese strategic power.
America Is focusing on the wrong enemy
While the United States focuses on resisting Russian designs on Ukraine, China gets stronger and bolder writes Brahma Chellaney.