Analysing the Communications Compatibility and Security Agreement
USA’s strategic and business interests in Indo-Pacific region puts India under its cross hairs as priority one. To counter China and its growing menace in the region, India fits into the overall scheme of this Great Game, perfectly well. But, India needs to be tamed and this has been a major challenge for the Americans in past decade. India’s strategic interests have to be aligned with those of the US.

Explained: The meaning of Sushma's Vietnam visit
'India does not wish to remain silent in improving its strategic space so that its leverage to counter China's expansionist designs is maintained, besides enabling it to play a responsible role from a position of strength for peace and stability in Asia,' points out Dr Rajaram Panda.

India can't afford to turn its back on free trade

Refocusing on Africa
Slow delivery of aid, low credit disbursement can undo India’s strategy.

India not to join US-led counter to China’s BRI
NEW DELHI: India has stayed away from a joint initiative launched by the United States, Japan and Australia to fund infrastructure projects to counterbalance China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in the Indo-Pacific region.

India and North Korea: A Strategic Friendship?
They don't have many policy issues in common, but India sees an opportunity to pull North Korea out of the Sino-Pakistani orbit.

Emerging Horizons in India-Vietnam Relations: Celebrating 45 years of Diplomatic Ties

Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi India Rises as a Responsible Power

A Lesson for India in Japan's Approach to China's Belt and Road Initiative
India would do well to learn from Japan and not remain totally closed to the BRI.

Narendra Modi at Shangri-La Dialogue: India aligning with US to balance security concerns emanating from China
At the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed India’s eagerness to make ‘Indo-Pacific’ as the defining factor for new security architecture in Asia, while describing the new geography of Indo-Pacific as a “natural region” ranging “from the shores of Africa to that of the Americas.”