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Dynamics of India’s ties with Vietnam

Are China-India Relations Really Improving?
Though both sides continue to try to stabilize relations, complications are expected to continue.

Speech by H.E. Tran Dai Quang, President of The Socialist Republic of Vietnam at The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (Part 2)
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang talked with nearly 300 Indian politicians, professors, researchers, scholars and students at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in New Delhi on March 4 morning (local time) during his three-day State visit to India.

Speech by H.E. Tran Dai Quang, President of The Socialist Republic of Vietnam at The Nehru Memorial Museum & Library (Part 1)
Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang talked with nearly 300 Indian politicians, professors, researchers, scholars and students at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in New Delhi on March 4 morning (local time) during his three-day State visit to India.

India and the South China Sea

India and Vietnam: Honing soft power synergy
With a rich historical past, India and Vietnam are now honing synergy in the cultural domain through a series of initiatives, such as exchange programmes for artists, academics, journalists, farmers, and Parliamentarians.

From Look East To Act East
During the past three and a half years that Modi has been in power, it is not difficult to see the extent of understanding India has achieved in the political, economic, and strategic domains vis-à-vis the region

The Philippines' Strategic Relationship With India
Duterte’s visit to India highlights a long-standing relationship with more potential for growth.

Why do we celebrate January 26 as Republic Day

Is the US retreating from Asia, giving way to China?
Trump’s “toned down” stance on the South China Sea issue, his emphasis on “America first” policy and his soft attitude towards China have made many Japanese leaders suspect that the US is retreating from Asia.