Professor of Strategic Studies, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi
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India’s Quiet Rise
The stalling of China’s four-decade-long economic boom has thrown into relief the emergence of India, Asia's other demographic giant, as a geopolitical and economic force, writes Brahma Chellaney.
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.