Jan 01, 2015

An 'India exception' in global climate talks is the only realistic pathway to a global climate deal, which could also be a key tool in cementing stronger ties between India and the US, two critical actors in the evolving international order.

Jan 25, 2021
India intends to strengthen multilateralism by bringing human-centered and inclusive solutions to international peace and security issues and serving as a representative for the developing world as it begins its term on the UN Security Council.
Mar 05, 2014

If not addressed and managed, a divisive debate on the control and management of the digital global commons, could not only undermine the huge gains that have accrued from interconnectedness, but might become a basis for conflict, says expert Samir Saran.

Nov 07, 2016

This report explores the scope of EU-India engagement on: West Asia, maritime security, and counter-terrorism and radicalization. The workshop discussed the potential contours, as well as the hurdles to their enhanced engagement.

Mar 06, 2019

This commentary argues that India’s counterterrorism strike inside Pakistan followed by their brief military exchanges have brought into focus China’s apparent stake in the stability of Indo-Pakistani relations.

Jul 18, 2019
Throughout India’s history, its leaders have believed in the country’s capacity to be a normative leader in foreign affairs. This argues that Prime Minister Modi should launch a new normative agenda on climate change.
Feb 25, 2021
Diplomatic bonds between India and South Asia have strengthened amid China’s increasingly assertive behavior. However, disagreement over the nature of the emerging regional security architecture threatens to jeopardize the Indo-Pacific relationship.
Feb 25, 2016

Liu discusses the economic and political trends of BRICS and suggests that it is in the interest of all BRICS nations for India to take a lead in fostering greater cooperation within the bloc.