Rethinking the China-Pakistan-India Triangle

India needs to rethink its ties with Pakistan and China in order to transform its external environment.

Of Perceptions and Policies

Review of Shishir Gupta’s ‘The Himalayan Face-Off: Chinese Assertion and the Indian Riposte’

What the Henderson Brooks Report Really Says

In India, it is easier to blame individuals for mistakes made than to identify and correct failings and shortcomings in the institutions and processes that individuals are only a part of.

Sino-Indian Relations: Beyond Symbolism and Beyond Belligerence

Progress in Sino-Indian relations will require patience and creativity in spades.

Rising India’s Foreign Policy: A Partial Introduction

Current Indian foreign policy is informed by a realization that a combination of economic reforms and the end of the Cold War has steered India into a position of some considerable influence in the post-9/11 world. What then are the patterns of Indian foreign policy behavior in the new century?